Nigeria: Mass Exams Failure
More than half of the candidates who sat for the West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination failed to score up to five credits.
Students writing exams (file photo).
Nigeria: 2012 Education in Retrospect
Vanguard, 27 December 2012
AS we all get ready to pop champagne to celebrate a remarkable year and count down to 2013, we at Vanguard Learning bring you a collection of stories that made 2012 outstanding.read more »
Leadership, 21 December 2012
A total of 47,289 of the 413,266 results of candidates who sat for the Nov/Dec. West African Senior School Certificate (WASSCE), had been withheld in connection with various cases... read more »
Daily Trust, 22 December 2012
Two hundred and sixty two thousand, six hundred and fifty one candidates, representing 62.3 per cent of the 406,108 who sat for November/December 2012 West African Senior Secondary... read more »
Vanguard, 22 December 2012
The Academic Staff Association of Polytechnics, ASUP, has accused Plateau State government of overseeing the decay of the state's education sector through unpopular policies.ASUP... read more »
According to a published report by the Independent Commission for Aid Impact, millions of pounds of British government aid to schools in Nigeria has not produced much improvement ... Read more »