Stakeholders move to improve standard of education in mission schools

By Marie-Therese Nanlong – Jos Worried by the dwindling standard of education in the country, stakeholders in the sector have given a clarion call especially to Christian/Mission schools to reflect on the ideals of the founding fathers of such schools, the standard they set and work to ensure this generation benefit from the sound education […]

Unical gets first female Vice Chancellor forty years after inception

By Emma Una Professor Florence Obi of the Faculty of Education has been elected the first female Vice-Chancellor of the University of Calabar forty-five years after the inception of the school. Announcing the result of the election which took place on Thursday, 10th...

Republican lawmakers promote new Title IX rule in House hearing

Dive Brief: Republican lawmakers Thursday publicly championed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ new rule governing how colleges must investigate and potentially punish sexual violence.  During a virtual subcommittee hearing, GOP House members lauded the Title IX...

Inside a private university’s decision to create a 2-year college

Drake University, in Iowa, is wading into new territory. The private institution announced last week that it plans to create a new college that offers two-year degrees.  The John Dee Bright College — named after a Drake alum who played in the Canadian Football League...