DeVos issues final rule aiming to protect faith-based colleges, student groups

Dive Brief: The U.S. Department of Education released its final rule Wednesday that means to protect faith-based colleges and student groups while bolstering campus free speech.   The department emphasized in the rule that public institutions must comply with the First Amendment to receive federal grants. The regulation also requires that religious student organizations be given […]

Football cancellations leave some HBCUs without key game revenue

When the Ivy League speaks — even about sports — it gets attention.  In early March, just as fans were readying for weeks of college basketball, the eight-team conference canceled its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Two days later, the NCAA...

Sanwo-Olu promises to give cars to deserving teachers in Lagos

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State. Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has pledged to give 20 cars to deserving teachers across the six education districts in the state. Sanwo-Olu made the promise on Wednesday during the virtual training of the...

Declare war on exam malpractices, CPE urges FG

By Elizabeth Osayande The Concerned Parents and Educators Initiative (CPE) has called on the Federal Government to declare war on examination malpractices in Nigeria. This was the outcome of dialogue the non-governmental organisation held recently with key...

ASUU, CONUA in a test of strength

By Adesina Wahab With the gradual reopening of the school system across the country after months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, Federal Government-owned universities may be in for another round of controversy, as the two academic unions, the Academic...