Latest Nigeria Education News
Big history was made on Tuesday, January 21, as top US higher institution, Rutgers University, chose its first African-American president, Jonathan Holloway.
Nigeria’s premier and leading financial services provider, First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has announced that within the last year, it has supported educational institutions in the country with loans in the sum of over N10 billion.
A student of Westlake High School in Atlanta, Georgia, Kayla Willis, has been accepted by over 40 colleges after applying to 41 and offered $900,000 (325,350,000.00) in scholarships from the various universities that accepted her.
A group named Serve With Skirts Movement has demanded the inclusion of skirts as part of the uniform for Nigerian graduates participating in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
Holy Trinity in Gravesend, Kent, is now fining parents £1 (N473.34) per student for every five minutes after 3:40 pm they come late to pick their kids.
A group of teachers in Kwara state Colleges of Education under the aegis of Committee of Unions in Tertiary Institutions, has faulted the claim of former Governor Abdulfatahi Ahmed that his administration did not owe any worker.