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Research Explains Reason Some Toddlers Are Clingy Towards Their Teachers

Children who experience ‘dependent’ or clingy relationships with their preschool teachers tend to also have difficulties in their relationships with their mothers finds researchers at the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. The research, published in peer-reviewed

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Stakeholder Tells Teachers What To Do About Their Lean Income In The Face Of Covid-19

The economic effect of COVID-19 is biting hard and the voice of school teachers has been particularly distinct. Not earning at this time is also why some stakeholders have suggested that teachers are mounting pressure for schools to reopen despite

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COVID-19: Good News For Private School Teachers As FG Takes This Initiative…

Private school teachers have cried out for help due to unpaid salaries by their management since March when schools were shut down due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The President of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, Yomi Otubela,

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COVID-19: Governor Seyi Makinde Announces Resumption Date For Schools In His State

Barring any last-minute change, the Oyo State Government has modified the resumption of schools in the state that was earlier scheduled for June 29.The Government had earlier directed all terminal classes including Primary Six (Pry 6), Junior Secondary School Three (JSS3)

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COVID-19: Prof. Kate Omenugha On Why Teachers’ Need To Stop Mounting Pressure For The Reopening Of Schools

According to the Anambra Commissioner for Basic Education, Prof. Kate Omenugha, the decision not to open schools came from the Federal Government, so teachers should stop pressuring the state government to reopen schools as that won’t happen until the Federal Government gave

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Kano State Government Bans Street Begging By Almajiris

Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has taken a giant step in the right direction and banned street begging in the state on Tuesday. The Governor said the action is to fully consolidate the free and compulsory primary and secondary

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Why You Shouldn’t Leave The Task Of Educating Your Child Entirely To Their Teachers

The Principal of United Junior Secondary School, Agugu, Ibadan, Mrs/ Christiana Oduola, has urged parents to be alive to their responsibility of raising and educating their children, since learning goes beyond what is taught within the four walls of a

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Nigerian Doctor, Afolabi Odunsi Explains Why Boys Outperform Girls In Mathematics

A medical doctor, Afolabi Odunsi, has given reasons why boys do better in mathematics and sciences than their girl counterparts and he believes the scale can be balanced with the effort of teachers. Odunsi, who was the guest speaker at

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President Muhammadu Buhari Shares On How Schooling At A Boarding House Shaped His Life

President Buhari on Monday, December 2nd in Daura, Katsina State, extoled the virtues of education and said the socio-economic and political salvation of Nigeria would come from access to learning. The President’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam

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Lagos State Teachers’ Recruitment 2019/20 (How To Apply)

The Lagos State Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) has announced its plans to recruit 1,000 secondary school teachers into the state’s Post Primary Teaching Service. Mums who are seeking employment can tap into the opportunity. “This is to ensure that the

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Ogun State Government Opens Job Portal For Teachers’ Recruitment

A few months ago, the Ogun state government launched her recruitment portal and now there’s an update on that. The same portal is currently used to publish and announce all job vacancies within the state and all interested persons who

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Controversy Ensues As Teachers, Parents Trade Words Over Use Of Corporal Punishment In Schools

The use of corporal punishment in Nigerian schools has been a controversial issue across the country. While some consider as a necessary measure to instill discipline and foster compliance among students, others disagree, describing the act as inhuman. Critics of

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‘Stop making excuses’: This Open Letter From Teachers To Parents Is A Must Read

As schools are preparing to resume for a new academic session, some group of teachers have taken to social media to write an open letter to parents on how they can help their kids be better and to stop making

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5 Things Teachers Wish Parents Knew (Let’s Ask A Few Teachers)

Most parents consider the school is a third party realm. Many unwittingly assume that there are invisible connecting lines between the child’s home and their school, but teachers wish parents could understand the relationship with the teachers and the school

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Shocking Performance Of Teaching Applicants During The Cross River State SUBEB Primary School Interview

Performance of teaching applicants during the Cross River State SUBEB Primary School recruitment exercises has been shocking and nothing short of embarrassing and sad. The quality of education available to pupils in state owned schools in Nigeria has always been

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Boy Bullied At School Commits Suicide After Writing A Sad Note

After being taunted and bullied by his friends, a 13-year-old Staten Island school boy, Daniel Fitzpatrick, penned a heartbreaking note and hung himself. His dead body was found late Thursday by his older sister in the attic of his family home, with a belt wrapped

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