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Kaduna state government approves Schools to resume by March 22

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Kaduna state government approves Schools to resume by March 22

Kaduna state government has approved March 22, as the third phase resumption date for primary 3, 2, 1 and early child care development classes in public primary schools across the state.

Idris Sliyu, the director of schools management, Kaduna state universal basic education board, announced the resumption in a statement in Kaduna on Friday.

Aliyu said that government has reviewed the Covid-19 situation in schools and decided, it was safe for the remaining classes in public primary schools to resume learning.

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In view of this, the Kaduna state universal basic education board is urging parents and caregivers to send children in the stated classes to school to continue learning.

The director urged parents to collaborate with the administrators of public and private schools to ensure strict compliance with all Covid-19 protocols and preventive measures.

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WAEC Announces August 16 As Date for 2021 WASSCE

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WAEC Announces August 16 As Date for 2021 WASSCE

The West African Examinations Council has announced the date to conduct the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE, for school candidates.

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This year’s WASSCE, which was earlier scheduled for May/June, will now take place from August 16 to September 30, the head of public affairs of WAEC office in Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu, revealed in a statement.

He added that the international timetable for the conduct of the examination would be released in due course.

Ojijeogu explained that the new dates announced by the examination body were in line with the current academic calendar and were done in collaboration with the federal ministry of education.

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WAEC Releases Private WASSCE Results

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WAEC Releases Private Results

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) on Tuesday announced the release of results of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private candidates.

This was disclosed at a press briefing on Tuesday by the Head of the Nigeria National Office, WAEC, Mr. Patrick Areghan, at the body national office, Yaba, Lagos.

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A total of 7,690 candidates entered for the examination, representing a 38% decline when compared with the 2020 figure, WAEC’s head of the Nigeria national office Patrick Areghan said at the briefing.

However, only 2,195 candidates, representing 30.11% obtained credits and above in a minimum of five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.

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FG Calls Emergency Meeting as ASUP Threatens Strike

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FG Calls Emergency Meeting as ASUP Threatens Strike

The Federal Government has invited the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), for an emergency meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 6, 2021, to discuss how to stop the planned industrial action.

A statement released Monday, by Ben Bem Goong, Director of Press in the Federal Ministry of Education, said, the Minister of Education Adamu Adamu, has invited ASUP to an emergency meeting following the threat to begin another round of strike.

Goong recalled that ASUP had issued a notice of strike over what the union described as the refusal of government to execute some of the agreements entered into between them and the Federal Government.

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The looming strike came barely four months after the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) called off a nine-month-old strike over demands for improved remuneration and working conditions.

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