Secondary Education in Nigeria
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it was set to commence the publication of a bulletin of its financial activities to the public for the purpose of transparency. Jambulletin would not be for sale.
The Plateau Teachers Service Commission (TSC) on Wednesday, January 2, declared that the state government needed not less than 12,000 teachers for its 309 secondary schools to up the state’s educational standard.
A gentleman named Zion Oshiobugie narrated an experience that is touching, instructive and inspring. This story is bordered around his past life as a houseboy for an engineer who took him in as a son and sent him to school.
The executive secretary of Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Hamid Bobboyi, who made this known in Abuja, said this represents 15 per cent of the intervention fund as approved by the federal government.
Atheists in Kenya Society has stunned many Kenyans by demanding to meet country's top student in 2018 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education to reward her with N360,000 on condition she becomes their member. More on Legit.ng.
Legit.ng checks revealed that he bill to amend the free and compulsory UBE Act has passed a second reading in the House of Representatives. The bill was however passed at the Nigerian Senate on Thursday, July 12.