September 02

  • Liberia: Senatorial Aspirant Wants Steps Taken to Reopen Schools


    Professor Albert Tugbe Chie, one of the senatorial aspirants of GrandKru County, has called on government to reopen schools and that the closure of school should not go beyond the... Read more »

  • Liberia: Teachers Cry for Pay in Bong

    New Dawn

    The National Teachers Association of Liberia Bong County branch, is appealing to the Ministries of Education and Finance to pay teachers on MOE's supplementary payroll in the... Read more »

  • Kenya: 40,000 Teachers to Get Pay Rise in October

    The Star

    A record 40,000 teachers are set to benefit from promotions that will cost their employer Sh4.61 billion, starting next month. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Pressure Group Support Ogun Students' Fee Demands

    CAJ News

    THE Joint Action Front (JAF) has declared its support for students at the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) in Ogun State after they demanded a reduction in school fees. Read more »

  • Gambia: NSGA Gives Certificates to Students, Peer Health Educators

    The Point

    Nova Scotia Gambia Association Friday awarded 140 certificates to various tutors, peer health educators and students who underwent a four-week intensive training at the Brikama... Read more »

  • South Africa: Deputy Minister Unveils New School in Cape Town

    The Deputy Minister of Basic Education, Enver Surty, says the hand-over of a new primary school in the Western Cape will go a long way in increasing access and in improving the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Education Rights Group Condemns Closure of Oou

    This Day

    The Education Rights Campaign (ERC) has condemned the closure of Olabisi OnabanjoUniversity (OOU) by the Ogun state government. Read more »

  • South Africa: Zimbabweans Form Local Study Group


    Zimbabwean teachers and students sometimes find it hard to integrate to South African schools. Established in January 2014, Par excellence is a study group with teachers and 20... Read more »

  • Nigeria: NERDC Digitises Secondary School Curriculum


    The Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) has digitised the Nigerian secondary school curriculum in order to meet up with global best practices and improve... Read more »

  • Nigeria: JAF Condemns Closure of OOU

    Daily Independent

    The Joint Action Front (JAF) has condemned the closure of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago Iwoye, by the Ogun State Government over the recent increase in school fees, as it... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ufomba Gives Bursary Award to 300 Abia Indigenes

    Daily Independent

    Succour has come the way of 300 undergraduates of Abia State origin studying in various tertiary institutions across the country, following a bursary award to them by a... Read more »

  • Nigeria: NTI Trains 4, 000 Teachers

    Daily Trust

    The National Teachers Institute (NTI) Kaduna State has commenced training of 4,070 teachers nationwide under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) capa-city building program. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Sultan Seeks Better Funding for Education

    Daily Trust

    The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa'ad Abubakar, yesterday harped on the importance of education and need for all well-meaning and wealthy Nigerians to complement the efforts... Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibian Students Moved to Western Ukraine

    New Era

    Namibian students studying in eastern Ukraine have been moved to western parts of that country, as the Ukrainian government continues to battle pro-Russian separatists in the east. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Sports Teachers Require Training

    Daily News

    TANZANIA needs to invest heavily in training schools sports teachers for it to turn around its sports fortunes. Read more »

  • Kenya: Leaders Slam State of Nyamira Schools

    The Star

    NYAMIRA leaders have criticised the poor state of Kebuse Primary School, Borabu constituency, which has mud-walled classrooms. Read more »

  • Kenya: MP to Launch Free Classes

    The Star

    MVITA MP Abdulswamad Shariff will on Saturday launch the annual free revision classes for this year's KCPE and KCSE candidates in his constituency. Read more »

  • Kenya: Trans Nzoia, Varsities to Build College

    The Star

    THE Trans Nzoia government will partner with three foreign universities to help establish a medical training at the proposed referral hospital. Read more »

  • Kenya: Dedan Kimathi's Widow Joins Protest Against Principal

    The Star

    RESIDENTS of Tetu subcounty in Nyeri on Sunday demonstrated against the principal of Dedan Kimathi Memorial High School, Francis Ndirangu. Read more »

September 01

  • Egypt: Varsity Bans Student Politics

    Aswat Masriya

    Cairo University will abolish student groups that are affiliated with political parties starting the new academic year, Gaber Nasser, university head, told a state-owned news... Read more »

  • Kenya: Ministry Should Enforce School Hours

    The Star

    One of the recommendations of the Task Force on Education Reforms is that learning in primary schools should be restricted to between 8am and 3.30pm. Read more »

  • Kenya: Teachers Rip Into MP for Ruining Their Plot

    The Star

    BUNGOMA Teachers on Saturday demonstrated against Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyi for leading youths to demolish their property. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Tarime to Construct 20 School Laboratories

    Daily News

    TARIME District Council says it would successfully implement the directive by President Jakaya Kikwete to build laboratories in all public secondary schools within shortest... Read more »

  • Algeria: Chevening Scholarship Applications Are Now Open [press release]

    PR Newswire

    More Algerians than ever can win a place on the UK's prestigious Chevening Scholarship Programme Read more »

  • Ghana: Work Begins On Community Day SHS At Mem-Chemfre [press release]

    Ghana Govt.

    The Eastern Regional Minister, Hon. Antwi-Boasiako Sekyere has cut the sod for the construction of a Community Day Senior High School at Mem-Chemfre in the Kwahu Afram Plains North... Read more »

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