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EDUCATION, monthly reviews of the different sectors of the nation’s economy as published by select local newspapers. 

2016 Highlights

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  • Rainoil undertakes CSR project in schools - Punch
  • Govt releases N965.2m to 79,852 SIWES beneficiaries - Punch

  • FG to probe contract awards in 12 new institutions –The Guardian 
  • Unregistered teachers excluded from proposed 500, 000 jobs –The Guardian 
  • FG to conduct statistical surveys with N947mn –Punch

  • Globacom promises more students-oriented services –Punch 
  • NOUN partners UNESCO on lifelong learning –The Guardian
  • Shell donates e-library to Port Harcourt Literary Society –The Guardian 
  • CBN wants compulsory financial education in schools –The Guardian 
  • Microsoft to deepen e-learning in Nigeria –The Guardian
  • Industrial Court orders ABU to pay N2.6bn and reinstate 110 disengaged staff –The Guardian 
  • Sack of 5,000 Akwa Ibom State teachers meant to correct anomalies –The Guardian
  • UBA engages rural students on banking and saving culture –The Guardian
  • New students to pay N10,000 acceptance fee at LASU –The Guardian 
  • Government releases N41 billion UBEC funds to states for classroom construction –The Guardian
  • Indomie gives scholarship to 12 MSc students –The Guardian 
  • SEC and NERDC sign MoU on capital market studies –Punch
  • NSE empowers 37,000 youths in 16 years –Punch 

  • Chevron spends N5.6bn on scholarships –The Guardian 

  • Zenith Bank donates ultra-modern ICT Centre to UNN –Businessday 

  • Cross River State government to facelift 200 primary schools with N7.5bn –The Guardian 

  • Lagos State approves N380mn for payment of bursary and local scholarship –The Guardian 

  • Sokoto State initiates bill for right to education; employs science teachers –The Guardian 

  • French government partners FUNAI on joint scholarship programme –The Guardian

  • NOUN partners Kaduna State and NPS to train inmates –The Guardian 

  • Gombe State to establish five new tertiary institutions –The Guardian 

  • Landmark University and NASRDA partner on use of space technology –The Guardian

  • Etisalat lists UNILAG, ESUT and 10 other universities for 2016 scholarship scheme –Businessday  

  • UI is 600th in ranking of best 1,000 global universities –The Guardian
  • Borno State awards N1.6bn contracts for nine mega primary schools –The Guardian 
  • AfDB adopts Okpara University project as incubation centre The Guardian 
  • Four Chibok girls matriculate at ABTI American University –The Guardian 
  • ITF and UNIDO partner to bridge skills gap –The Guardian 
  • “Minimum budgetary vote for education should be 30%” ,says Mrs. Funsho Adegbola (Director, The Vale College) –The Guardian
  • Cross River State approves the recruitment of 1,000 teachers –The Guardian 
  • “Dearth of quality, free basic education impeding Kaduna’s growth”, says Nasir El-Rufai (Governor, Kaduna State) –The Guardian 
  • NOUN shuts five illegal study centres in Lagos –The Guardian 
  • 29 Nigerians receive Japanese ABE Initiative Scholarship –The Guardian
  • Host communities get Egbin Power scholarships –The Guardian
  • SPDC awards full scholarships to new batch of 60 Niger Delta students –Businessday 
  • WAEC introduces e-marker with Nov/Dec WASSCE –The Guardian
  • Kwara State Government closes 10 private schools built with wooden slabs –The Guardian

  • Diamond Bank and Code Camp Africa pledge to train 500,000 coders –Businessday 
  • Two Nigerian teens get N41mn scholarships from American universities –The Guardian 
  • Lagos State to shutdown unregistered tutorial and continuing education centres –The Guardian 
  • RCCG donates 12 classroom buildings to Lagos primary school –Vanguard
  • FG bans PTAs from collecting levies in Unity colleges –The Guardian
  • Kaduna State to enforce compulsory primary education next month –The Guardian
  • Japan to sponsor 29 Nigerians for Masters’ degrees –The Guardian 
  • University of Ibadan to admit 3,000 of 29,000 UTME candidates –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria has only 1.5 million registered teachers –The Guardian 

  • Federal University, Otuoke to introduce 16 new academic programmes –The Guardian 
  • Sokoto renovates four schools with N162.5mn –The Guardian
  • Kaduna partners NOUN on skills development –The Guardian 
  • Toyota supports students with N10mn vehicle parts –Punch 
  • Etisalat boosts learning with internet-enabled application –The Guardian 
  • Japan donates 231 classrooms to Oyo State –The Guardian 
  • 23 students bag first class at Adeleke University –The Guardian 
  • AUN increases scholarship slots for new students–The Guardian 

  • 48 Lagos State schools benefit from agriculture projects –The Guardian
  • FUNAAB and ANAN partner to promote research –The Guardian
  • Govt and World Bank earmark $100mn to boost basic education in five states –The Guardian
  • Arm Trustees develops products for education –Punch
  • Senator wants northerners to apply for 500, 000 teaching jobs –The Guardian
  • ITF seeks legislative backing for programmes –Punch
  • Stanbic IBTC sustains literacy programme –The Guardian
  • Firm launches educational TV programme for pupils –The Guardian
  • NBC training centre graduates 32 engineers and technicians –The Guardian
  • FG to give schools science and technology equipment –Punch
  • Group to empower 1,000 secondary school pupils –The Guardian
  • Nigerians among 300, 000 beneficiaries of tuition-free education in Germany –The Guardian
  • NUC and UNESCO partner on introduction of gender course in universities –The Guardian

  • Coventry varsity launches Africa-focused institute; N290mn international scholars fund –The Guardian 
  • FUTA to represent Nigeria at international math contest in Bulgaria –The Guardian
  • NCC trains private varsity staff on ICT –The Guardian 
  • Private schools to raise fees due to fuel price increases –The Guardian 
  • Delta sustains overseas scholarship scheme –The Guardian 
  • China to deploy more Chinese teachers to Nigeria –The Guardian 
  • Committee recommends employment of 3, 500 female teachers for Sokoto –The Guardian 
  • e-Curriculum portal will aid policy on IT education, says Malam Adamu Adamu (Minister for Education) –Punch 
  • 40 students graduate from Slot Academy –Punch 


  • Governor Mimiko provides free shuttle buses for pupils and renovates schools in Ondo State –The Guardian
  • Lagos approves 114 private schools –The Guardian 
  • “Nigeria will be the highest exporter of cement by 2018”, says Dangote –Punch
  • Coventry University launches £1mn scholarship offer to Africa –Businessday 


  • PTDF to train 50 Nigerians on renewable energy –Daily Trust 
  • DFID, Education Above All partner to educate 2mn high risk children –The Guardian 
  • Ogun State SUBEB calls for support to lift basic education –The Guardian 
  • GPE to train 3,000 teachers in Katsina State –The Guardian 
  • FG sets up N3bn National Research Fund –The Guardian 
  • Crisis rocks Kano Poly over alleged misappropriation of N400mn –The Guardian 
  • DFID partners with Lagos govt on school infrastructure –The Guardian
  • Mobile teaching in Ondo secondary school takes off –The Guardian


  • Sokoto Govt earmarks N34bn to education –The Guardian 
  • Pakistan offers to assist in capacity building of Nigerian teachers –The Guardian 
  • Kwara teachers owed salary arrears for several months –The Guardian 
  • Lagos private schools groan under multiple taxation –The Guardian 
  • Baze University budgets N8bn for research and development –The Guardian 
  • Lagos Assembly makes Yoruba language compulsory in public and private schools –The Guardian 
  • “No special centre for 2016 UTME”, says JAMB –The Guardian 


  • European Union to collaborate with FUNAAB on progammes –BusinessDay 
  • HID Global, Botosoft to authenticate 2.2mn students ID cards for WASSCE –BusinessDay 
  • CIFM partners with international organisations to boost local insurance education –BusinessDay 
  • Okorocha attributes drop in Imo poverty rate tor free education policy –The Guardian 
  • “Nigeria must accord priority to science and technology”, says Buhari –The Guardian 
  • “Govt owes public varsities N660bn”, says ASUU –The Guardian 
  • Etisalat donates computers to boost ICT literacy in Zaria –The Guardian
  • Ukraine opens foundation school in Bayelsa –The Guardian 
  • Exam malpractices: WAEC sanctions 30 schools in Lagos –Vanguard 


 2015 Highlights


  • “50 teachers killed, 520 schools and 1000 classroom destroyed by Boko Haram”, says Borno State Government -Vanguard 
  • Lagos boosts entrepreneurship development with YEC –Vanguard 
  • Free Meal for School Children: FG tasked on quick implementation –Vanguard 
  • ExxonMobil builds and equips geosciences workroom in 24 varsities –The Guardian 
  • Olashore International School signs MoU with Irish education institute on pre-medical programme –The Guardian 
  • “65mn Nigerians are illiterates”, says UNESCO report –Vanguard  
  • 70.67% fail English and Maths in Nov/Dec 2015 WASSCE –Vanguard  
  • FG to employ 500,000 teachers in 2016 –The Guardian 
  • EEPNL invests N1.2bn on training of Nigerians –The Guardian 
  • European Union to collaborate with FUNAAB on programmes –The Guardian  

  • Delta to hold education summit in 2016 –BusinessDay 
  • ExxonMobil donates e-learning centres to 3 schools in Lagos –The Vanguard 
  • According to research claims, mushroom schools save Lagos N377bn in five years –The Guardian 
  • NCC donates four CBT2 centres to JAMB –ThisDay 
  • Lagos to revamp public libraries –The Guardian
  • Airtel unveils mobile platform for learning –Vanguard 
  • SDG34: Educationists doubt Nigeria's ability to achieve quality education for all by 2030 –Vanguard 
  • Germany increases scholarships to Nigerians and others –Vanguard 
  • Enugu varsity sacks 153 lecturers –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria is the leading source of African international students in the United States –Vanguard   

  • African youths shortlisted as thought-leaders for global education summit –The Guardian 

  • Borno sponsors 50 Boko Haram-orphaned girls to school –The Guardian 

  • OAU's centre opens applications for e-learning programmes –The Guardian 

  • WAEC recovers N2bn from debtor states –The Guardian

  • SES partners Softwire to boost e-learning in rural communities –ThisDay 

  • “Nigeria, others fail to attain gender parity”, says UNESCO –ThisDay 

  • Oyakhilome donates N1bn to BIU, bags doctorate degree –The Guardian

  • TETFund denies discriminating against any institution –The Guardian 

  • Dangote inaugurates N160mn technical skills acquisition centre - The Guardian
  • Lagos to recruit 1300 teachers to improve teaching in primary education - The Punch
  • MCIU announces 2015 scholarships scheme for undergraduates - The Guardian
  • Nigeria's Isekenegbe named Bronx Community College president - The Guardian
  • 16 varsities to benefit from ExxonMobil lecture series - The Guardian
  • Lagos distributes N514mn bursary - The Guardian
  • Edusoft Foundation moves to stall mass failure in mathematics - The Guardian 
  • “Govt to save N180bn in new training scheme”, says ITF2 Chief - The Nation
  • Ebonyi Federal University gets N4bn worth of TETFund projects - The Guardian
  • NUC seeks uniform grading system for varsities - The Guardian
  • JAN partners Oracle Academy to improve STEM learning - The Guardian
  • “Reopening Borno schools to cost N702mn”, says Panel - The Guardian

  • NDE trains 50 women in Gombe –The Guardian 
  • Job placements for ITF trainees hit 70% -Punch 
  • Egypt trains 600 doctors in new collaboration with Africa –The Guardian 
  • Mass 2015 WASSCE failure raises concerns over huge teacher deficit –BusinessDay 

  • Samsung and NLNG train 60 in South Korea in a bid to renew hope for local shipbuilding –The Guardian 
  • Covenant University diversifies into agriculture, cultivates 1,000 hectares of plantations –BusinessDay
  • SAP Africa Begins Code Week in Nigeria targeting 11,000 Schools –ThisDay 
  • ITF kicks off 2mn yearly job schemes for Nigerian youths –The Guardian  
  • 19 states owe cash-strapped WAEC N4bn –The Guardian 

  • According to the 2015 JAMB Report, only 2% of candidates opt for education courses – The Punch 

  • Greensprings pupils develop mobile web browser - The Punch 

  • Lecturers of Osun State University to train 50,000 farmers on new techniques –The Punch 

  • NECO to introduce CBT in subsequent exams –The Punch

  • Buhari told to wage anti-graft war in education sector –The Punch

  • NDA establishes CCTL to stem decline in education quality –The Guardian 

  • Inadequate funding and land speculators recognized as major challenges in FUTO –The Punch 

  • NAPPS plans unified promotion examination – The Punch

  • Nigerian universities urged to update curriculum – The Punch

  • NLNG to fund N4.5bn Bonny School –BusinessDay 
  • British Council donates £24,380 research grant to Nigerian lecturers –The Guardian 
  • FEC approves Nigeria's first maritime university to grow capacity –BusinessDay 
  • States yet to access N14bn UBE funds –BusinessDay 
  • Technical and vocational education are crucial to achieving vision 20:2020 –The Guardian 

  • “Government committed to increasing access to education”, says Shekarau –The Guardian 
  • “Open education resources will boost online studies”, says Mr. Obidare, Business Manager EduPlatforms –The Guardian 
  • Lagos moves to make teachers ICT-complaint–The Guardian 
  • Nigerian teachers missing in final shortlist for N168mn global prize -The Guardian 
  • Nigerians spend £300mn on British education annually ThisDay
  • ASUP suspends planned strike action – The Guardian 
  • Stakeholders identify ways to improve access to secondary education for marginalized youth- -The Guardian
  • FEC approves nine new private varsities – –The Guardian 

  • Paucity of funds stalls take-off of three polytechnics in Delta State –BusinessDay 
  • NAPPS plans unified examinations for private schools –The Guardian 
  • FG grants provisional licenses to nine new universities –BusinessDay
  • DFID to train 66,816 teachers –The Guardian 
  • Stakeholders call for constant retraining of mathematics teachers –The Guardian 

  • “Government committed to increasing access to education”, says Shekarau –The Guardian 
  • “Open education resources will boost online studies”, says Mr. Obidare, Business Manager EduPlatforms –The Guardian 
  • Lagos moves to make teachers ICT-complaint –The Guardian
  • Nigerian teachers missing in final shortlist for N168mn global prize –The Guardian
  • Nigerians spend £300mn on British education annually –ThisDay 
  • ASUP suspends planned strike action –The Guardian 
  • Stakeholders identify ways to improve access to secondary education for marginalized youth-The Guardian
  • FEC approves nine new private varsities –The Guardian

2014 Highlights

  • Education jobs rising amidst concerns over falling standards –BusinessDay 
  • Education is indispensable in ensuring our children’s future (1), (2) and (3) –The Guardian 
  • OAU offers postgraduate scholarship to 127 first class graduates –The Guardian 
  • NCA graduates 34,626 accountants in 30 years –The Guardian 
  • Challenges and opportunities for university graduates in a "season of economic and moral decay" (4) –The Guardian 
  • ICAN, NDDC to boost accounting education in Northern Nigeria –BusinessDay 
  • 2015: A bloody year for Nigerian Education –The Guardian 
  • Emphasis on quality education –The Guardian

  • Clamour heightens for private varsities to access TETFund - BusinessDay
  • Businesses at risk from Africa's fledgling education system - WEF global outlook - Businessday
  • Impressive turnout as Borno students return to school - ThisDay
  • ITF seeks focus on vocational, technical training – The Guardian
  • Varsity tasks students on entrepreneurship – The Guardian

  • 52 percent credit pass recorded as NECO releases 2014 SSCE results    Daily Post
  • Ebola: Lagos distributes sanitary wares as schools resume today    Thisday
  • NERDC endorses Glo mobile tutor software app solution    Thisday
  • Bill to pass HND at par with BSc passes second reading in the Senate   Thisday

  • All active Ebola cases discharged, schools' resumption remains Sept 22 Thisday
  • Ebola challenge exposes sanitation gaps in schools Businessday
  • NMA okays September 22 for resumption of schools, wants new entrants into Nigeria screened The Guardian
  • 52 percent credit pass recorded as NECO releases 2014 SSCE results DailyPost
  • Education tops job creation by firms in H1 2014 Businessday
  • Lagos, Ogun shift schools' resumption date to October 8; Oyo, Osun resume October 6 Businessday
  • Students shun classes in Enugu The Guardian
  • Pupils resume in Anambra, Ebonyi, Lagos The Guardian
  • Rivers to sanction schools that re-open before October 6  AllAfrica
  • How the Nigerian education system is smothering the young The Guardian

  •  A winning recipe for Technical Education in Lagos  This Day
  • Students jubilate as Fashola reverses hiked controversial LASU fees Business Day
  • Mass failure as WAEC releases results The Guardian
  • NABTEB urges enrolment in vocational education The Guardian
  • Ebola: FG directs all schools to resume October 13 Business Day
  • LAPO holds nationwide scholarship examination This Day

  • Jonathan inaugurates committee on safe schools initiative, decries dropout rate     Thisday
  • ITF targets training two million youth for skills acquisition     Thisday
  • Adoption of smart classroom will enhance varsity education, says Oyedepo     Thisday
  • CWG leads consortium to deliver research, education network     Daily Trust
  • Fidelity bank unveils scheme to boost education   Thisday
  • Falana urges Brown to intervene    Thisday

  • Jonathan to flag off maritime university, ship dockyard    Businessday
  • Government to resuscitate school feeding initiative    The Guardian 
  • The National Directorate of Employment (NDE) offers jobs to 740 graduates under attachment programme    The Guardian
  • Osun assures teachers of job security    The Guardian
  • FirstBank supports tertiary education    Thisday
  • FG awards 104 graduates scholarships to study abroad    The Guardian 
  • Olakanpo: Mobile learning will boost education in Nigeria    Thisday

  • Jonathan to flag off maritime university, ship dockyard    Businessday 

  • National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT) declares laboratory decay in tertiary institutions    The Guardian
  • UNICAL graduates 500 on skill acquisition    The Guardian
  • ‘Nigeria's education system needs fundamental overhaul through development of proper research centres and adequate infrastructure ’ says the Vice Chancellor of IMSU    Businessday
  • College of Education board begs their Academic Staff Union to shelve strike    The Guardian
  • Okorocha releases N225m to mission schools in Imo    National Mirror

  • Northern states to abolish fees in secondary schools     The Guardian
  • British Council to boost graduate employment in Nigeria    The Guardian
  • Federal Universities get Nov deadline on integrated payroll     Thisday
  • World Bank approves $42m for Lagos secondary education programme     Punch
  • We will work with private sector to improve education, says Jonathan    The Sun
  • Ezekwesili: Dwelling on Lies Won't Fix Rot in Education    Thisday

  • ASUU expenses concern over MOU with FG     Punch
  • Osun Distributes 23,100 Computers to Students, Plans Cheap Phones     Thisday
  • MTN Foundation spends N7bn on projects     Thisday
  • ASUP vows to continue strike     Thisday

  • Failure of government-run education calls for new model     Businessday 
  • UNILORIN rewards three dons with N4.5m grant     The Guardian 
  • 2014 education budget proposal will bring improvement – Stakeholders say     Businessday 
  • Women in Technology in Nigeria (WITIN) to enhance girls' ICT education     Thisday 

2013 Highlights

  • Strike: Falana blasts Wike over threat to ASUU     Businessday 
  • ASUU vows to continue with strike     Businessday
  • ASUU promises to end strike as FG shifts ground     Thisday 
  • Obi presents more 100 buses to schools, N4m cheques to first class graduates     The Guardian 
  • 2014 Budget may sway ASUU to end strike     Businessday 
  • World Bank grants Edo N100million to boost education sector     Businessday
  • Sokoto Varsity, UNIZIK resume academic activities Thisday

  • Red Star Express CSR targets education with 0.5% of profit     Businessday 
  • Government launches initiatives to empower women, girls in ICT     The Guardian 
  • Shell to boost road knowledge among youths     The Guardian 
  • ASUU: Strike may boomerang if Union refuses FG's proposal     Thisday 
  • A new deal for varsity dons and ASUU Technology companies partner     The Guardian 
  • Anambra to deploy ICT in schools     Thisday 
  • Opportunity unfolds in education sector as UNESI launches scholarship scheme     Businessday 
  • Yoruba launch trust fund for education The Guardian 

  • Ecobank commits $2.5m on school renovation.    Businessday
  • Information technology will drive national education policy, says Zinox Boss.    Thisday
  • Fulfilling education MDGs in Kwara.   Ilorin
  • After failing to resolve crisis, ex-education minister joins ASUU strike.    Thisday 
  • ASUU accuses government of backing anti-strike protests, chides labour.    The Guardian
  • LBS establishes ethics, leadership centre.   The Guardian
  • FG to explore nomadic education to boost literacy.   Nigerian Pilot 
  • Osun partners NGO on job creation for youths.    The Guardian

  • Government gets N77.6billion to boost education.     Guardian
  • ASUU Strike: Jobberman tasks students on website training.     Thisday
  • Nigeria loses over N30bn annually to rising demand for foreign education.     Businessday
  • Access Bank set to support education with innovative solutions.    Businessday
  • Varsity teachers urge scrapping of NUC.     Guardian

  • ASUU launches 'operation save public education campaign'.    Guardian
  • 36 Niger Delta youths get government scholarship to US varsity.     Guardian
  • ASUU to Okonjo-Iweala: Our demand is N87bn not N92bn.    Thisday
  • Opon Imo gets nomination for Africa's ICT award.    Guardian
  • UK Chevening scholarship opens September 1 in Nigeria.    Businessday
  • ASUU urges probe of NUC over universities' accreditation.    Daily Independent
  • Olanlokun: Technology will make tertiary insitutions more in-tune.    Thisday
  • ITF to graduate 1000 Ogun youths on entrepreneurial skills, vocational training.    Businessday

  • NEI: 7.5m orphans, vulnerable children lack access to education.    Thisday
  • Government partners United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) on entrepreneurship scheme for students.     Guardian
  • Boosting graduate employment with N1 billion scheme.    Thisday
  • Government seeks foreign scholarship for National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) certificate holders.    Guardian

  • African academics grapple with rising rate of graduate unemployment.    Guardian 
  • Edo approves 27.5% TSA for secondary school teachers.    Thisday
  • CPN inducts 33 computer science graduates.    Thisday

  • Osun state schools go digital with ‘Opon-Imo’.    Thisday
  • Local content: FG endorses BrainFriend software for Nigerian schools.    Businessday
  • USAID commits N17bn for Nigeria's out-of-school children.    Thisday    
  • Aluminum Smelting Company of Nigeria (ALSCON) launches 2013 scholarship programme.    Thisday
  • eBEAM, TD collaborate on Education, Business .    Thisday
  • Only 10% of girls advance into post-primary schools.    Thisday

  • Education Minister endorses Omatek's hybrid power solution.    Guardian
  • Delateur invests N20m to boost IT education.    Thisday
  • MultiChoice donates 43 resource centres to Benue schools.    The Punch
  • Government to aid graduate employment through capacity building.   Guardian


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