Funding of Education in Nigeria below UNESCO Recommended Benchmark, Says Ministry

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By: Laleye Dipo in Minna The Federal Ministry of Education Monday declared that the funding of education at all levels in the country is below the benchmark recommended by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). While UNESCO’s benchmark for funding of education was 26 per cent of the national budget and 6 [...]

EDUCATION PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK

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Our Education Personality of the Week is Dipo Awojide, a lecturer/senior lecturer at Nottingham Business School. He teaches a variety of Strategic Management and International Business related modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level. He also contributes to the development, assessment and management of academic programmes within the subject area. Dipo has contributed to teaching at [...]

PASSNOWNOW EDUCATION PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK

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Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo is a Nigerian author. She is the winner of several awards in Nigeria, including the Nigeria Prize for Literature. Adimora-Ezeigbo was born in Eastern Nigeria, gaining a BA and MA in English from the University of Lagos and a PhD from the University of Ibadan. She started teaching at the University of Lagos [...]

HOW A DIGITAL CURRICULUM AND ITS CONTENT CAN SAVE NIGERIA’S EDUCATION SECTOR

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The Nigerian Secondary School Education Curriculum poorly aligns with the prevalent Career aspirations, problem solving skills and ultimately, the prevalent needs of our current Job Market as it is compared side by side with the learning opportunities available for High School Students and Teens in other Countries. Students and teachers are out of touch with [...]

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AS AN ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR EDUCATION IN AFRICA.

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By Ashiedu Jude   Most schools in Africa currently do not have the luxury of one teacher per student for a perfect learning experience; technology plays the role of providing learning options for teachers and students from data collated during assessment. While teachers facilitate learning, technology supports personalization of learning resources that would enhance learners [...]

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

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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 [...]

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

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  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 [...]

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

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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 [...]

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

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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  [...]

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

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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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