WAEC goes tough on candidates, schools involved in malpractices

WAEC goes tough on candidates, schools involved in malpractices

By Elizabeth Osayande The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, has said candidates and schools caught in any act of malpractice will be dealt with. This is as the Council stated that those with the complaint have a one-year grace after the release of results to make an appeal. These decisions and more were reached at […]
Expert gives recipe for good nutrients, food security

Expert gives recipe for good nutrients, food security

RENOWNED scholar in the field of Food Science, Professor (Mrs.) Bolanle Aishat Akinwande, has called on government to channel its focus on promotion of, cultivation, and utilisation of other crops that have been neglected and under exploited but...

Pearson and BBC Studios partner on Sustainability initiative

The “Speak Out for Sustainability” initiative will seek to help English language learners and educators around the world foster a “better, more sustainable world” with the use of Pearson learning materials blended with BBC Studios content. Key issues the ready-to-use...

IIE study assesses impact of Scholar Rescue Fund

It noted that “alumni have imparted their knowledge to more than 52,000 students in over 1,600 academic courses, supervised more than 2,600 student theses, and mentored over 800 junior faculty”. The research used the survey responses of more than 200 IIE-SRF alumni...