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COVID

Federal Government Gives Specific Guidelines For School Owners To Meet Before Reopening Of Schools

Federal Government Gives Specific Guidelines For School Owners To Meet Before Reopening Of Schools  Corona virus has caused a lot of break down in our society today. Every sectors in Nigeria have been shut down due to the widespread of the pandemic. It's been over 4 months now that all schools in Nigeria have been closed both public and private schools as directed by the ministry of education from Federal Government of Nigeria in order to curb the widespread of the pandemic across the country. However, private

  1 year ago ago
Federal Government Gives Specific Guidelines For School Owners To Meet Before Reopening Of Schools

EDUCATION

'WAEC Timetable Schedule Is Anti Muslim' - Muslim Rights Concern, Rejects WAEC Exam Schedules (Photo

The Muslim Rights Concern aka MURIC has outrightly rejected the timetable schedules for West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations for the year, 2020. According to Professor Ishaq Akintola, the dates for the examination clashed with Muslim's Friday prayers. It can be recalled that the West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations is meant to start on 17th August, 2020 (few weeks from today) The Muslim Rights Concern Director, Professor Ishaq Akintola, made this known in his statement today

  1 year ago ago
'WAEC Timetable Schedule Is Anti Muslim' - Muslim Rights Concern, Rejects WAEC Exam Schedules (Photo

EDUCATION

Covid-19: FG postpones Secondary School Certificate examinations indefinitely

Earlier before now, the West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) were suspended across Anglophone West Africa due to the threat of COVID-19. Students have been required to vacate schools, uncertain when they will return to earn their leaving credentials. The cancellation of the exams and the broader health and societal effects of COVID-19 are unwelcome and worrying. But the cancellation does provide an opportunity to take a closer look at the exams and make sure that—when students d

  1 year ago ago
Covid-19: FG postpones Secondary School Certificate examinations indefinitely

EDUCATION

The Impact of COVID-19 On Nigerian Educational System

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected educational systems worldwide, leading to the near-total closures of schools, universities and colleges. Most governments around the world temporarily closed educational institutions in an attempt to contain the spread of COVID-19. The closure of schools, colleges and universities did not only interrupt the teaching for students around the world; the closure also coincides with a key assessment period and many exams were postponed or cancelled.   For instance, the West African

  1 year ago ago
The Impact of COVID-19 On Nigerian Educational System