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HOW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP REINVENT BASIC EDUCATION IN AFRICA BY CNBCAFRICA.COM

By CNBC Africa Rohen d’Aiglepierre and Amélie Aubert, AFD (Agence française de développement), and Pierre-Jean Loiret, Agence universitaire de la francophonie (AUF) African countries have worked hard to improve children’s access to basic education, but there’s still significant work to be done. Today, 32,6 million children of primary-school age and 25,7 million adolescents are not [...]

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WE HAVE DELIVERED OVER 2 MILLION LESSONS SINCE INCEPTION-TOYOSI AKERELE-OGUNSIJI, FOUNDER OF PASSNOWNOW (CONCLN) BY INNOVATION-VILLAGE.COM

  By Babatunde.   This is part 2 of our interview with Toyosi Akerele-Ogunsiji, Founder of Passnownow. Click here for part 1 of this interview RECEPTION OF PASSNOWNOW BY NIGERIANS The results and comments from our users keep us going. They’ve been very helpful with word of mouth marketing and they have proved extremely powerful in our journey. From [...]

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WE ARE DIGITALLY DEMOCRATISING ACCESS TO EDUCATION CONTENT FOR ALL-TOYOSI AKERELE-OGUNSIJI, FOUNDER, PASSNOWNOW (PART 1) BY INNOVATION-VILLAGE.COM

By Babatunde. Passnownow.com is an EdTech platform with smart advantages including Curriculum Based Secondary School Class Notes for JSS1 to SSS3 with Assessments, Super Simple Self Studying mechanisms, Past Questions of JSCE, WAEC, NECO & JAMB Exams for practice and preparation and Peer to Peer Collaborative Learning for underserved Students and Teachers. We caught up [...]

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TECHTRENDS ON CHANNELS TV FEATURED PASSNOWNOW.COM FOUNDER, TOYOSI AKERELE-OGUNSIJI

Our Founder and Product Architect, Toyosi Akerele-Ogunsiji recently discussed our work using Tech to provide access to quality education content for underserved teachers, students and communities in Nigeria in this Interview with Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr on TechTrends on Channels TV. Please share your comments. Please watch the interviews via the link below. (1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6Ngciqre2Q&list=PLl6IvhbhEqwyxS8ISpOr2UFm2bWEVqcM9&index=2  [...]

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TECHMORAN.COM WRITES ON “HOW PASSNOWNOW.COM IS DISRUPTING NIGERIA’S POOR ACCESS TO EDUCATION”

By Daniel Anuoluwapelumi Moses There are a whole lot of people who do not have access to education in Nigeria. Statistics show that about 10.5 Million children were out of School as at 2010. This is the exact problem Passnownow.com plans to tackle as this is the first time the actual instructional subject content in [...]

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TECHMORAN.COM WRITES ON “HOW PASSNOWNOW.COM IS LISTED AT THE TOP ON THE LIST OF THE 5 TECH START-UPS IMPROVING EDUCATION IN NIGERIA”

By Daniel Anuoluwapelumi Moses It is heartwarming to see quite a few start-ups leveraging technology to improve the education sector. This particular sector has not been in a too good shape for a while. Maybe it is now time for technology to prove its actually worth in our daily life. Well, as we are, here [...]

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INNOVATION & TECH: AFRICA’S ONLY HOPE IN EDUCATING HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF CHILDREN

By Efosa Ojomo. Today, there are more than 750 million mobile phones in operation in Africa. The telecommunications industry generated more than $150 billion in revenue in 2015 and accounted for over 3.8 million jobs. But barely 20 years ago, there were fewer than 10 million phone lines on the continent, with a majority of [...]

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NIGERIA’S BACKWARD AND INCREASINGLY IRRELEVANT UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

By Moses Ochonu Nigeria's nineteenth century universities operate rigidly in the twenty first century. Here is a depressing instance of how the system's inflexibility is hurting their financial bottomline, defeating the purpose for which they exist, and shortchanging students and potential students. An interlocutor, a stakeholder in the higher education sector, sent me a long, [...]

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IMPROVED PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE FORCING PRIVATE SCHOOLS TO SHUT DOWN IN RWANDA

Private schools in Rwanda face an uncertain future amid dwindling admissions as learners increasingly enrol in public schools. Desperate proprietors who face closure of their institutions are now asking the government to sponsor students in private schools at public rates. However, the government has rejected the idea. More than 30 private schools are said to [...]

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JAMB AND THE POLITICS OF CUT-OFF MARKS

By Reuben Abati I have followed with keen interest the controversy over the announcement of cut-off marks for Nigeria’s admission processes for the 2017/2018 session, with many commentators and the general public insisting that it is unwise, insensitive and retrogressive, to reduce the cut off mark for admissions into our tertiary institutions: 120 for universities, [...]

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