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1000 Words Creative Writing Contest for Secondary School Students

The Positve Energy Charities invite aspiring young authors to write a short fiction of exactly 1000 words. While there are no specific guidelines beyond that, interested contestants are encouraged to tell a story that matters. Write something they believe in. Tell a story that only you can tell. The judges have no specific criteria in mind

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JAMB concludes plans to enable blind candidates take 2015 UTME

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has stated that candidates who are visually impaired will also participate in the computer based test (CBT) in the forthcoming Universities Tertiary Matriculation Examination. It said the board would not deny any candidate their rights due to their disabilities. During a meeting with delegation from the Anglo-Nigeria Welfare Association for

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Ebola Outbreak: After Six Months, Schools in Liberia Reopen

Many schools in Liberia have reopened, six months after they were closed to try to curb the spread of Ebola. Pupils welcomed the move, but some raised fears that the deadly disease had not yet been totally eradicated. Staff at school gates were equipped with thermometers to take pupils’ temperatures and buckets of chlorinated water

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Are You a Maths Genius? Enter for The 2015 Cowbell Mathematics Competition for a Chance To Win Great Prizes

The 2015 Cowbell Mathematics Competition has been flagged off by PROMASIDOR Nigeria Limited, makers of Cowbell Milk. The competition is open to all students between the ages of 10 and 18 in Junior Secondary School 3 (JSS 3) and Senior Secondary School 2 (SSS 2) attending full-time secondary education in government-approved Nigerian schools. The first stage examination

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Dettol Resumes Hand Hygiene Campaign in Schools (Photos)

Ikeja, Lagos – In furtherance of effort to promote healthier lifestyle and reduce pupils’ absenteeism from school due to sickness, Dettol has resumed it’s Hand Washing campaign to schools to create awareness of the benefits of hand hygiene. School visiting is a core component of Dettol’s School Hygiene Programme (SHP) initiative which is targeted at inculcating

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High School Students Forced To Have ‘Virginity Test’ Before Graduation

Jember, Indonesia – Female high school students are being coerced to have ‘virginity tests’ by school authourities before they graduate. Male students are exempted from this tests. According to Metro UK, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that the tests are based on misunderstanding of the female anatomy and that it lacks scientific validity.  Reacting to

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How to deal with bullying 2: Beat a bully without using your fists

contd. from yesterday……. 4. Fat and short people are the only victims of bullying. T/F 5. Nothing can be done about bullying. T/F In the first part, we addressed the three ideologies most teens have about bullying. In this part, we will respond to the remaining two ideologies above but first choose either true or false

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