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World Literacy Day: Obaseki Canvasses For Modern Teaching Method

World Literacy Day: Obaseki Canvasses For Modern Teaching Method

Godwin Obaseki, the Governor of Edo State,  has decried the prevalence of obsolete teaching methods in institutions of learning in Nigeria. He believes that the moribund teaching methods account for the poor quality of education and high level of illiteracy in the country. For this reason, the governor, who made the recommendations on August 8

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UNESCO Calls for More Women in Leadership Positions

The United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, UNESCO has called for increased women representation in elective and appointive leadership positions in Nigeria. Hassana Alidou, UNESCO Regional Office’s Director, in a statement issued on his behalf on Monday by Oluseyi Soremekun, the United Nation’s National Information Officer, said lack of women leadership does not only

Nigeria Miss UNESCO 2014 International Literacy Prize

Six years after winning the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, UNESCO international literacy prize, Nigeria has again lost out of the global literacy rating. Algeria, Burkina Faso, Ecuador, South Africa and Spain have been recognised by UNESCO for promoting Literacy and Sustainable Development. As part of activities marking the 2014 International Literacy Day

Leveraging On Child’s Rights Law

  To boost school enrolment and attendance, Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan, falls back on the Child’s Rights law, an international convention that safeguards the rights of every child When Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan met just six pupils in a classroom during a surprise inspection tour of projects in the education sector in Abigborodo, Delta State recently, he

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