Nigerian Students Need You
Over the years, results of O Level examinations (WASSCE and NECO), and university entrance examinations (UTME and POSTUTME) conducted in the country have left a sour taste in the mouths of students, parents and guardians alike, due to the poor performance recorded across board, and which appears to get worse yearly.
One of the reasons given for the yearly poor results especially among students in Nigerian public secondary schools is the poor quality education these students receive, which when compared with what their contemporaries get in good private schools leave much to be desired, and shows just how much needs to be done.
Such intervention is indeed needed, for the simple reason that education serves the dual role of being the catalyst that drives socio-economic growth as well as development in any society, and such progress as is observed in industrialised countries can only be attained with a functional public school system built on standard and excellence.
And the good news is that you can be part of delivering to the upcoming generation of Nigerian students, the quality of education you are convinced they deserve as we work together to create the Nigeria we all dream of.
How Can You Help?
If you are a teacher or an expert in any of the subjects taught in Nigeria’s secondary school curriculum, simply register to teach students on Passnownow.
Passnownow offers a platform where teachers and experts can volunteer, and in the process, share their knowledge, passion, aspirations, and know-how with thousands of eager students who seek to improve not only their understanding of various subjects, but also their performance.