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Boko Haram wins, ASUU loses, By Aniebo Nwamu

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Record keepers say public universities have, since 1999, been shut down 16 times for a period totalling 62 months (more than five years) and...

Education sector crisis: A future that is ruined, By Dakuku Peterside 

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Nigeria is at a tipping point regarding security, human capacity development and economic growth. However, the biggest challenge we face as a country is...

COVID-19 and dynamics of school closure policy (1), By Isaac N....

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One of the boldest policy measures taken by Nigeria in her response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic in the education sector...

Strike: FG Lying, We Didn’t Receive N52.12 billion – ASUU

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has denied claims by the federal government that it received N52.12 billion as part of the cumulatively...

Why universities should shut down satellite campuses, by Okebukola

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A former Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Peter Okebukola, has argued on why universities should be not be allowed to...

Yesterday Was Better Than Today By Lasisi Olagunju

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By Lasisi Olagunju Ph.D Somehow, we’ve all, individually, managed to get by and get better but the country gets progressively worse every new day. I...

Beyond quantity – Rethinking university education in Nigeria, By Dakuku Peterside

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The hallmark of productivity is improvement in quantity and quality. If one of these standards is sacrificed for the other, needed development is compromised....

JAMB and myth of declining education standards, By Farooq Kperogi

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The mass failure in this year’s JAMB-administered Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) has inspired yet another familiar and predictable national mourning about the fall...

Admissions policy, cut-off marks and associated injustice; By Jonas Odocha

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Justice, equity and fairness are veritable ingredients for peace and amicable human co-existence. Human frailties account for the neglect of these essential existential ingredients...