Will colleges’ shift to sustainable investing continue amid the pandemic?

Colleges were already weaning themselves off investments in fossil fuel companies and putting their money in greener businesses when the pandemic hit.  But rather than back off changing their investment strategies as the coronavirus renders their revenues uncertain and the expenses pile on, experts predict higher education institutions will lean in. Ken Redd, senior director […]

WASCE commences examination in 521 centres in Nasarawa

Pic.24. Student of Government Secondary School, Fadan Kaje, Zankwa in Kaduna South Local Government Area, writing the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), in Kaduna on Monday (17/8/20).04378/17/8/2020/Ibrahim Bashir/BJO/NAN By David Odama...

News about my resignation absolutely false – EBSU VC

By Peter Okutu The Vice Chancellor of Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Prof. Chigozie Ogbu, Tuesday, debunked the rumour making the round that he has resigned his appointment as the VC of the state-owned institution. The VC who spoke with newsmen immediately after...

Research: Most ed tech PD in spring was informal, teacher-initiated

Dive Brief: According to a survey from the University of Virginia and the EdTech Evidence Exchange, only 27% of teachers report receiving professional development for technology-based remote instruction in spring 2020, saying they relied on informal and self-initiated...