Good News as Court declares free, compulsory Primary and Junior Secondary Education for Nigeria’s Teens

An Abuja Federal High Court over the past few days issued an injunction making basic and junior secondary school education free and compulsory for every Nigerian teen. Justice John Tsoho was said to issued the declaration while presiding over the court. He also mandated both the federal and state governments to provide funding […]

Women’s Body urges Students to study hard and embrace Accounting

The Society of Women Accountants of Nigeria (SWAN) has emphasised the need for students to cultivate good reading culture to enable them to become outstanding in the society. The chairperson of SWAN, Abuja chapter, Mrs Katchy Patience, stated this during a career talk and quiz competition organised for 15 schools in the Federal Capital […]

Attention to all the 2017 WAEC Candidates: WAEC 2017/2018 Timetable is out!

The 2017/2018 WAEC Exam title is out. So if you are writing the exam or you know anybody who is writing it, then this information is for you/them. Please see it below-

Friday, 10th March 2017
Foods and Nutrition 3 (Practical) Planning Session – 08.30 hrs. – 09.30 hrs
Home Management 3 (Practical) Planning […]

The Three unfortunate Ways that Poverty affects Teens

In places like Nigeria where millions of human beings live on less than one dollar per day, many teenagers are caught in the web of abject poverty. They are unable to help themselves, subjected to the undesirable conditions of life no one would ever desire- denial, want and shame. While many of […]

The different types of Classmates most Teens have

Any teenager who has ever had difficult classmates knows exactly the headache that can be! It could almost as though some of these difficult mates were designed just to constantly get on your nerves. And what is worse is the fact that you will have to face them every single day, tolerating their […]

How Self-Discipline can help Teens become responsible Adults

Self-discipline is the ability to discipline one’s self to be able to control feelings. In other words, it is the willpower to persevere, resist and endure. The ability to think through your every course of action, set realistic goals and achieve them in spite of challenges and inconveniences. People who are self-disciplined are […]

Advice to Parents on the right Way to handle disrespectful Teens

Any parent who has teenagers around must have, at some point had to deal with the sarcastic comments with dismissive tones and the eye rolls that characterizes teenagers’ disrespect to adults. Indeed, such rude dispositions are synonymous with teenagehood and parents are usually tired and even hurt. That brings me to the main […]

Helping Teenagers organize their Rooms: what Parents should do

One of the challenges parents face when raising teenagers is getting their teens to keep their rooms clean. Most teenagers’ rooms are typically in disarray (and most especially the boys), with clothes strewn across the floor, beds unmade  and all kinds of rubbish under the bed. Some of these rooms do not get […]

What really are the benefits of studying Mathematics?

There is so much emphasis on the need for students to study Mathematics and master it. But rarely are they told the benefits studying the subjects will accord them. This explains why most students show little interest in the subject and even when they do show interest, do so just because they […]

Tips on Ways Teens can stick to their Study Plans

Yesterday, I wrote about the importance of setting realistic academic goals and organizing your 2017 study plans, with a promise to follow up those posts with another one offering tips on ways to stick judiciously to your study plan. Well here am I keeping real to my promise. The tips below are simple […]

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