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ANCOPSS Committed To Inculcating Values In Students – Gupa  

Remi Johnson   The All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools, ANCOPSS, has pledged its commitment to continue to uphold professional ethics towards nurturing students that would be good ambassadors of the country.   The President ANCOPSS, Alhaji Bello Adam Gupa who gave this assurance during the 166th Congress of the Association in Abuja, explained that Principals have the responsibility to adhere strictly to the Professional code of conduct […]

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FCT : Wike Intervenes In Ongoing Teachers Strike

By Remi johnson  The ongoing strike by primary school teachers in the Federal Capital Territory is taking a new dimension. This is because, the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, NUGLE, FCT Chapter has slated Monday next week to embark on strike in solidarity with the Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT, FCT Chapter that has been on strike since the resumption of schools for the 2023/2024 academic session. To prevent […]

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Reps To Re-enroll 14m Out Of School Children 

Edited By Oduyemi Odumade   The House of Representatives says it is working on a framework that will ensure over 14 million out-of-school Nigerian children are back to school. A statement by the Chairman House Committee on Alternative Education, Mr. Almustapha Ibrahim Aliyu says plans are underway to also train out-of-school children on relevant skills. According to the statement, the Green Chamber will partner with relevant government agencies to ensure […]

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PTA Protests Poor Remuneration For Teachers In Private Schools

Parents and guardians in the Federal Capital Territory are urging relevant authorities to address the increase in school fees and inadequate remuneration for teachers in private schools. At the forefront of a protest held at the Anglican Comprehensive High School in Kubwa, FCT, Mrs. Chika Onuke, the Chairperson, of the ParentsTeachers Association, expressed her disappointment, emphasizing that most private schools had not upheld their agreements with parents and guardians. Mrs.Chika […]

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Nigerian Teacher Breaks Guinness World Record 

An Akwa Ibom State-born teacher has broken the recent 124-hour Guinness World Record for the ‘longest marathon reading aloud’ by an individual. The teacher, simply identified as John Obot, broke the GWR set by Isakov of Turkey and is now setting a new record of 145 hours of non-stop reading aloud. A member of the Uyo Book Club, Obot first started the marathon on Saturday,  September 5 in Uyo, Akwa […]

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Resumption : FCTA Records 85% Turnout

The Federal Capital Territory Education Secretariat has advised Students and Pupils to be good ambassadors and take their 2023/2024 academic session more seriously. The Acting Secretary, FCT Education Secretariat, Malam Abdulrazeq Leremoh, gave the advise in Abuja, when he visited some schools to ascertain the level of compliance, being the first day of resumption. Malam Leramoh expressed satisfaction with the over 85 percent resumption of students. “We are satisfied with […]

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Job Racketeering : NUC, VCs Also Deny Bribery Allegation

The National Universities Commission, NUC, and Committee of Vice Chancellors (VCs) have also denied the rumoured bribery and extortion allegations against the House of Representatives Ad hoc Committee probing job racketeering and mismanagement of IPPIS in MDAs. An online medium, had in an investigation Reported how some members of the panel had asked Vice Chancellors of Universities and heads of tertiary institutions to pay certain amount of money as bribe […]

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Federal Polytecnic Rectors Deny Bribe Rumours

Rectors of Federal Polytechnics in the country have denied rumours that they were asked to give bribes by members of the House of Representatives ad-hoc committee investigating alleged job racketeering and mismanagement of the Integrated Personnel Payment Information System, IPPIS, by Federal Ministries, Departments and Agencies, MDAs. An online medium, had in an investigation reported how some members of the panel had asked vice chancellors of universities and heads of […]

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Gov Sani Visits Tetfund Executive Secretary In Kaduna 

To improve the educational system in Kaduna state through the forging of sustainable partnerships with Federal Government Agencies and Development Partners, Governor Uba Sani paid a visit to Sonny Ochono, the Executive Secretary of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND). Governor Uba while commending the Executive Secretary for including Kaduna State in TETFUND interventions, seized the opportunity to highlight some of the areas in need of more support and intervention […]

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