29 Apr 2013

ICT to enhance primary/post-primary learning. Part-time/Vocational tertiary education in perspective.

Thisday reports, Osun state set to improve learning in its primary and secondary schools with the planned introduction of 'Opon Imo', while the Punch captures Lagos education commissioner soliciting British government support in improving ICT capacity in its primary/secondary schools, Thisday also has a story where education Minister Rukayyatu Rufai denies any knowledge of white paper recommending the scrapping of UTME(JAMB) and NECO as Punch story implies 1.2m candidates of April 27, 2013 UTME(JAMB) examination wrote in vain! Varying opinions as to NECO, JAMB saga from Channels' panelists and Punch editorial, Dailypost has a piece on addressing challenges facing Universal primary education.

ACCA introduces checklist for professional competency, Part-time University education in Nigeria recommended for revamp according to an opinion on Premiumtimesng, still on tertiary education Sunday Punch editorial features vocational education reform. UI/UNILAG affirms superiority at 2013 NUGA games.

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