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Primary Pupils News:On the PMNews is a story discussing a UNESCO report that "one out of every five out-of-school children in the world is Nigerian"! This fact that the average Nigerian child is not given adequate access to education could perhaps be corroborated with a report by Thisday that Primary school teachers in Sokoto state are protesting 'Non payment of their three months salary'.
Blackberry supports initiative to encourage high-school students consider Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics STEM related careers to foster innovation and Entrepreneurship, meanwhile, Osun state seem to be setting a pace in exposing public secondary school goers to technology usage even in learning with the introduction of 'Opon-Imo'.
Tertiary Undergraduates News:
The Nigerian Content Advocacy Initiative (NiCADI) is canvassing that the Federal Government should hallmark its planned North-South centenary celebration by empowering each Nigerian student in tertiary institutions across the nation with free Laptops to deepen ICT penetration among our youths, PUNCH story reports growing number of college students abusing adderall to gain academic edge.
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