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Teaching Profession in Nigeria

Government Declares Commitment to better Remuneration of Teachers

In no distant future, it will not be impossible to see public school teachers earning reasonably higher salaries than they currently earn. This is according to a revelation made yesterday by Nigeria’s Minister of Education Mr Adamu Adamu. The Guardian Nigeria reports that the Minister made this disclosure while inaugurating the Governing Councils of twenty [...]

Education stakeholders divided over minimum teaching qualification

The plans by the Federal Ministry of Education to make bachelor’s degree the minimum teaching qualification in Nigeria has continued to generate mixed reactions from stakeholders in the sector, with some viewing the decision as a tall order, while some others say it will make Nigeria be at par with global best practices, as well [...]