nigeria education news

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    Metro Plateau sacks 122 primary school teachers – The Nation News
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    Metro Pupil, 15, donates N25,000 to teacher – The Nation News
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    Metro Lagos state government grants approval for full reopening of daycare, nursery, primary and secondary schools – Linda Ikeji’s Blog
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    Politics Edo government begins recruitment of teachers for rural communities – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Metro VC to ASUU: save education sector from collapse – The Nation News
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    Metro VC to ASUU: save education sector from collapse – The Nation News
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    Metro School owners at war with parents, teachers over fees, salaries – Vanguard News
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    Metro Anger as ASUU demands resignation of Buhari’s minister, gives conditions for reopening –
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    Metro ASUU Strike: University teachers insist on two demands from Buhari before resumption – Daily Post News
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    Metro COVID-19: Nigerian Polytechnic To Rusticate Students Caught Kissing, Hugging And Exchanging Handshake – Sahara Reporters
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    Politics Kaduna to establish 80 schools to increase access to girl child education ― Commissioner – Vanguard News
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    World Academy takes delivery of simulators from India – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Metro Schools To Reopen October 12 In Adamawa – Information Nigeria
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    Metro ASUU strike doing more damage than good to university education – NAS President – Vanguard News
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    Metro Low attendance, fee hike, lateness characterise school re-opening – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Metro TRCN to start weeding out 2m unqualified teachers — Ajiboye – Vanguard News
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    Politics VP Osinbajo, Peter Obi call for more investment in education – TODAY
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    Politics Delta Govt Sanctions 41 Teachers For Exam Malpractice – Leadership Newspaper
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    Metro 80% staff of Niger Education Ministry with forged certificates — C’ttee – Vanguard News
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    Metro Nigeria records 189 new virus cases as toll hits 57,145 – TODAY News