It is fitting that the 2021 International Day of the Girl Child was marked in Edo State’s education universe not too long after the appointment of another female chair for the Edo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB).
Today marks the annual International Celebration of the girl child and the theme for this year is “My Voice, Our Equal Future”.
International Day of Girl Child: Bridge Underscores importance of Girls’ Education to society: International Day of Girl Child.
On October 5, 2021, history was made in Edo State. In an unprecedented move, on that day which coincidentally was World Teachers Day, 1000 fellows were inducted into EdoSTAR (Edo Supporting Teachers to Achieve Results), an innovative fellowship programme conceived to creatively increase the number of teachers in the state.
The Edo State Government has unveiled the first batch of Edo Supporting Teachers to Achieve Results (EdoSTAR) Teaching Fellows to strengthen the teaching corps in the state. The unveiling event which coincided with World Teachers Day was held at New Era College, Benin City.
EKOEXCEL, a flagship basic education transformation programme, enacted by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu some time in 2019, has gained international recognition in less than two years of progression, which coincides with the Governors’ two years in office campaign “what has Sanwo-Olu don sef
The Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) led by the executive chairman, Hon. Wahab Alawiye King, organised multiple enrollment drive campaign rallies in the LG/LCDA’s of the state with the support of local community leaders and influencers including celebrities.
Two Bridge Nigeria pupils have been awarded scholarships to attend Rainbow College, a top-flight secondary school with a reputation for excellence. The College offers academic scholarships to the best students in the competitive entrance examination into JSS1.
Gunmen Suspected to be bandit terrorists have again stormed and abducted students of Kaya Junior Secondary School in Maradun LGA of Zamfara State.
The National Examination Council (NECO) has released the 2021 National Common Entrance Examination Results for admission into Unity schools, and the results show that pupils from Bridge Nigeria schools have performed exceptionally well for the third consecutive year, beating last year’s top score of 190 by 5marks and giving more children the opportunity of gaining admission into top unity schools on merit and fulfilling their dreams.