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APRNEWS - The Africa Able Org has over 3,708 beneficiaries distributed across 9 countries
APRNEWS - The teaching aims to dispel stigma around marijuana, says Linda Siboto, the co-founder of the institution, which styles itself as Africa's first cannabis academy.
As public school closures stretched into a full year, students across the United States many times encountered short-term or lasting mental health harm.
Botswana aims to introduce Swahili language in the southern African country's local schools, a senior official said Tuesday.
APRNEWS - A guest lecturer at the reunion of Idah Secondary Commercial
APRNEWS - Following an international outcry and widespread ridicule over the detention of three schoolgirls who scribbled on President Pierr
APRNEWS - The emotional and physical challenges occasioned by overcrowding in Nigeria’s public schools are well-documented in various survey
APRNEWS - The Kenyan Supreme Court has quashed an appeal court ruling in 2016 which said Muslim students
APRNEWS - Students have been charged to be resolute and consistent in their studies, so as to measure up with the global standards and make
APRNEWS - Africa’s largest Baptist University and one of Nigeria’s foremost institutions of higher learning, Bowen University, has added ano
APRNEWS - A senior official has told Reuters that the World Bank will work with the Tanzania to redesign a $300
APRNEWS - As part of efforts to improve access to quality education for children in hard-to-reach slums in Nigeria, a non- governmental orga
APRNEWS - Solar school bags for the children of Allepilla village on the outskirts of Abidjan, Ivory Coast’s commercial capital.
APRNEWS - An 11-year-old boy, Emmett Brewster managed to hack into a replica of Florida’s election result
APRNEWS - An educationist and proprietor of Christ College, Lagos, Samuel Olatunji has described qualitative education as a lasting and endu