Secondary Education in Nigeria
Joshua Beckford is one of the smartest kids alive. At the age of just six, Beckford was accepted to study at the prestigious Oxford University, making him the youngest person to do so. Now, he hopes to become a doctor.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) said not less than 1.8 million candidates would be registered for its 2019 UTME by the end of the registration exercise scheduled for February 21.
School pupils are expected to listen to their teachers and even carry out tasks assigned to them. However, a young boy wrote a letter to his teacher and gave her funny reasons for not doing his home work. Read more on Legit.ng.
Nigerian author Lola Shoneyin revealed that a book collector was selling the publication for the sum of N1m. She added that interested persons should drop their comments under the post and they would be responded to.
The NECO released the result of the 2018 November/December Senior School Certificate Examination for external candidates. The acting registrar of council, Abubakar Gana, disclosed this in a statement on Friday, February 8.
Teaching is a very honourable profession seeing as they contribute to the growth and enlightenment of people in the society. However, many graduates frown at the job mostly because of how teachers are perceived. Read more.