Editor's Note News Opinions 

Much Ado on Phonics, Diction and Elocution: My thoughts

There is much ado to this quest to get our kids to learn this second (English; the most unstable language in the world) in our Nigerian schools, especially in the private schools. We are losing the real content of education to this factor. Today we have kid with amazing English ascents without understanding. My Findings Most times the students are carried away with *this is the right pronunciation and that is wrong*. They end up not learning the lesson as taught by the teachers of other subjects which have little…

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International Update Opinions 

India Govt. Move Against Homework, Heavy School Bags

The Indian government has told schools to stop giving students homework and heavy books to prevent spinal damage. Weight guidelines have been issued for school bags depending on a child’s age after studies showed heavy loads can affect soft, developing spines. Teachers have also been told to not give children in grades one and two homework so they do not need to carry heavy books home. A survey by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India found 68% of pre-teen children might suffer from mild back pain which…

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News Opinions 

Enroll wards in schools you can afford…. Head Teacher to parents

Parents has been advised to send their wards to the school they can afford and plan ahead so as to be able to meet up with their children’s resumption fees. Mrs. Turayo the head teacher at the Day Spring Nursery and Primary School made this appeal in a chat with Crystal Education Media recently. She stressed that “the best thing is to plan …get affordable schools that you know you can pay without too much stress and also plan ahead” Tunrayo said this while speaking on the challenge parents are…

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News Opinions 

GSS SIDI A DECAYING EDIFICE IN GOMBE…A Social Right Activist writes

By Comr. Paul Edoh Jnr Out of desperation and consideration for the pursuance of Good Governance, I write to protest the parlous state of Mallam SIDI secondary school in Kwami LGA of Gombe state. Mallam SIDI is the headquarters of kwami Local Government Area. The secondary school was built in the year 1980, and has graduated so many top personalities whose effort in making Nigeria better is visible and enviable. It is however disheartening that the thirty eight years (38yrs) secondary school located in the local government capital is left…

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News Opinions 

We’ll Remain Among The best… Admin

The Administrator and Principal of a private School in Abuja has expressed confidence in the performance of the school in the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination, SSCE. According to Mr. Gideon Ikebuasi the Metro International School kubwa will always be among the best. Looking forward to the end of the 2017/2018 academic section, the Metro School Administrator revealed that the school has always proved that she is achieving greatness by the outcome of the certificate examination for the students who completes their secondary education at the school. According to him,…

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News Opinions 

Sabificate: The 21st Century Education Model

by Chuks O. Joshua   “The world has moved away from the era of ‘show me your certificate’ to ‘show me what you can do’ Everybody talks now about entrepreneurship because that is the 21st Century Education Model” This were the lines the proprietress of the Excellent Grade International School read to the 2017 graduating students, parents and guest who were in attendance at the schools’ end of  section Speech and Prize Giving Ceremony mid this year. There is no better time to re-echo the need to begin to remodel…

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