APRNEWS - National secondary exams in Somalia have been cancelled by authorities after papers were leaked on social media platforms, the Minister of Education confirmed late Monday.
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APRNEWS - Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD) and International University of Grand Bassam, Ivory Coast have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) establishing a partnership for exchange of academic and administration programmes.
APRNEWS - Following an international outcry and widespread ridicule over the detention of three schoolgirls who scribbled on President Pierre Nkurunziza’s picture in textbooks, Burundi on Tuesday released them.
APRNEWS - The emotional and physical challenges occasioned by overcrowding in Nigeria’s public schools are well-documented in various surveys and studies. In this piece, Head, Education Desk, Iyabo Lawal, explores other consequences of overcrowded classrooms in the country.
APRNEWS - Miss Philippines was crowned Miss Universe on Monday in Bangkok after a trailblazing ceremony praised for featuring its first transgender candidate but marred by gaffes about the English-speaking ability of two Asian contestants.
APRNEWS - A senior official has told Reuters that the World Bank will work with the Tanzania to redesign a $300 million education project.
Earlier, the bank had canceled plans for the project due to Tanzania’s controversial policies on pregnant school girls.
APRNEWS - An educationist and proprietor of Christ College, Lagos, Samuel Olatunji has described qualitative education as a lasting and enduring legacy for a modern child as well as the society.
APRNEWS - Morocco’s King Mohammed VI Sunday urged the government to take “urgent action” to address social issues, in particular health and education in the north African country which has been hit by protests over employment and corruption.
APRNEWS - As part of efforts to boost the knowledge sector, two teachers in Minna, Niger state have invented some games in Mathematics and Chemistry.The games were unveiled in Minna at Endwell Model Science School, Minna with national officers of Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) and leading educationists in attendance.
APRNEWS - Executive Director, BCG Edu Solutions, Dr. Eugenia George has urged the government to formulate policies that would favour children with special needs.
As a first step, she said there should be a law that protects these set of people against discrimination.