Tag: education

Ideas & InnovationThe Muse

What AI Saturdays Lagos Taught Me About Education

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The mind, once stretched by a new experience, can never go back to its original dimension – Ralph Waldo Emerson. I will never forget the first …

EducationLife Lessons

Macron in Lagos: Can We Be Anything?

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France’s President, Emmanuel Macron, came to Nigeria a few days ago. His itinerary comprised of a bilateral meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari on issues bordering on …

ARTSIdeas & Innovation

Why Nigerian Entertainment Awards Need Validation From Education

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E G O T International performers who have the accolades beginning with those alphabets are distinguished as among the best. Other admirable awards from BET, MTV …

EducationPeople

Boubini Jones-Wonni, An 18-Year-Old Nigerian, Graduated Top of Her College Class In The US, Will Now Proceed To Study Medicine.

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Nigerians never fail to hold their own around the world as far as education is concerned, and in Boubini Jones-Wonni, there is another testament to that …

Education

Only One Nigerian University Ranked in Newest World Top 1000

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Times Higher Education, the leading data provider on the rankings of tertiary institutions around the world, has released its 2018 list of the world’s best institutions …

EducationTechnologies and Business

Analyzing The 2017 Budgets of Nigeria’s Top Federal Universities

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For 21 of the 22 Universities (excluding University of Abuja) whose budget allocations were recently published by educational civic tech, eduplana Nigeria, the total increase in …

EducationLetters & Essays

Uncle Aliko, Look Locally

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How is our refinery coming up? It’s been in the news that work is progressing well there. I hear it’s a really important project to you …

Education

With Only 120, You Can Now Join the Campus JAMBoree

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board has announced a lowered benchmark for students seeking to gain entrance into degree programmes in Nigerian Universities, according to news …

EducationPolitics and Policy

Edu-Care-Shun: The Numbers that show Government Really Doesn’t Care

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How much do you spend in your days as a student on books and essential stationeries? Is it more than clothing and food? How does it …

BooksEducation

What you should expect from a Novel by a Professor of Biology

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It will probably be a “deep deep” revealing read. Professor Mark Nwagwu, an eminent scholar of Molecular and Cell Biology, had the presentation ceremony for his …

Education

Where Are Nigerians Going to Get Their Degrees?

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This inquiry, as you would find by reading further, is pregnant. On one hand, it asks a very serious question: When will the students caught in …

CommunityEducation

A Griever’s Meditation on the ASUU Strike

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By Alexander O. Onukwue The joke about the strike action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities is that, as a Nigerian student, it is Constitutional …

EducationHealth

Why I’m All For Inclusive Education

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By Godfrey Orji I have a problem with how inclusive education is often explained. For long, it has been defined as a way of making the …

Education

‘Educate Lagos’ to raise the bar in Education for Lagos State

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Lagos State has not been doing quite well in the secondary education in relation to her sister states in Nigeria. Most of the academic honorarium always …

EducationPolitics and Policy

Feature: Why do Igbo communities in Diaspora commemorate Biafra?

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Did you know that in some countries, the Igbo community commemorates the anniversaries of Biafra? First, there is a fair account of this in the 2000 …

Culture and LifestyleEducation

Valentine’s Day: Revisiting Reeva, violation & child marriages

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Happy Valentine’s Day!! It’s been tough love this year, but folks are celebrating valentine with much red and verve. Perhaps not as much as in any …