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Japanese Government to Initiate 2 Community Projects to Improve Nigerian

Posted on by Leona Sharon

Japan continues to offer its helping hands to Nigeria for the latter’s development in the world of education. As per reports, the Japanese government has kept its word in sustaining the long-term partnership with Nigeria so that people there can improve...

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Nigeria Holds the Highest Online Population amongst African Nations

Posted on by Leona Sharon

Finally, Nigeria has emerged to be the only African nation with the biggest online learning population. There was a time when the country had to face criticisms from all over the world in regard to their educational standards, and today, the country’s...

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Crises in Nigerian Education and Ways to Overcome them

Posted on by Leona Sharon

Nigeria being the most populous country in Africa, pressure on creating educational institutions for its ever growing student population is considerably high. But, what is problematic is that Nigeria cannot meet the demand of education both in quantity...

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6 Incredible Tools Bringing New Activities for Educators & Students

Posted on by Leona Sharon

How long will teachers keep wiping the blackboards to start with a new lesson? How long will students keep bringing their bags loaded with books into classrooms? Well, the massive growth in technology has put an end to these age-old strategies because...

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Travelling Abroad for MBA Is No More A Necessity For Students In Nigeria

Posted on by Leona Sharon

One of the biggest reasons why students choose to enrol in postgraduate courses is to remain exposed to lucrative job offers. Moreover, when it comes to hiring candidates, employers usually prefer those with postgraduate qualifications that actually identify...

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Africa Reads Flourishing Future with E-learning Projects!

Posted on by Leona Sharon

A young entrepreneur asks question on CAPEX Management sitting in Nigeria and his query is replied in a moment by an educator sitting in London. Cohorts of the Nigerian businessman across Asia, Africa and Europe express their view on the matter and the...

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Coursera Blocking Access to Students in Iran, Sudan & Cuba is an Injustice

Posted on by Leona Sharon

Objections and contradictions arise everywhere whenever it comes to differentiating online courses from those that are offered full-time. The entire world probably is now aware of the fact that the Massive Open Online Courses and their intentions. Delivering...

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No Odd can Sever One’s Will of Learning for Long

Posted on by Leona Sharon

Some of the recent incidents at global scenario emerged as evil efforts to restrict education. Very alarming it may sound, but such things are taking place. The U.S. Department of State and Office of Foreign Assets Control have instituted a restriction...

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