The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Financing Summit taking place on July 28th and 29th will focus a spotlight on the gap in education funding around the world.
As part of efforts to help pupils succeed as they transition into secondary school education, Bridge Nigeria organized a special orientation event to educate the 2020/2021 graduation pupils on the changes that come with being in secondary school and shared insights on the qualities needed to succeed as they transition through the learning continuum.
The Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki has said that children under the Edo State Basic Education Sector Transformation programme, codenamed EdoBEST, are learning on a 70% rate compared to their counterparts in Europe and Asia.
Director, World Bank Education, Jaime Saavedra has lauded the education program tagged, EdoBEST in Edo state.
Parents at Bridge Nigeria, a network of community nursery and primary schools in underserved communities in Lagos and Osun have commended the organisation for ensuring that parents are actively involved in their child’s development and academic success.
Pupils and teachers have eulogised the EdoBEST programme for the significant impact it has had on teaching and learning in the last 3 years. The programme ensures evidence-based academic content, positive classroom management techniques and continuous teacher training and support.
Transitioning from primary to secondary education is a big step for every young person, and for parents with children in their final year in primary school, who are set to write either the end of year exams, state or National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) or any placement exams, it signals the end of one phase of their children’s life and the beginning of another.
The Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board (LASUBEB) has completed the final phase of training for 2,000 newly recruited Primary School Teachers on the integration of technological devices for instructional classroom delivery under the EKOEXCEL initiative of the state Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
Three Nigerians have been announced among the recipients of the Gates Cambridge scholarship programme this year.
World Book Day is celebrated every 23rd April in most places around the world, to promote the benefits of reading books, publishing and copyright. It was created by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1995 as a worldwide celebration of reading and books.