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A graduate student from the University of Cape Coast got all the attention when he won 15 of the 21 awards at the 54th graduation ceremony this weekend. Edward Akosah Danso, who was trained in the Faculty of Medical Sciences as a physician, now holds the record for the first student to win such awards …

Posted 20 December 2021 Ondo State provided its counterpart fund of 715 million Naira to receive the intervention fund of the Universal Basic Education Commission of 1.430 billion Naira. The permanent secretary of the State Council for Universal Basic Education, Mr. Dele Akinagbe, revealed this Friday in Akure, the state capital. Akinagbe said the board …

By ZOË HAGGARD – [email protected] The year lasts less than a month before reaching 2022. And between what local leaders say, there is a lot to look forward to for the year ahead. State Representative and Acting Speaker Pat Marsh remained positive about local city and county projects. Recently, the Petersburg native said he had …

A significant number of the Air Force’s more than 100 jobs focus on cyber or IT. “We have a variety of cyberspecialties in the Air Force,” Leslie Brown, chief of public affairs for the Air Force Recruiting Service, said in an email to ZDNet. “Enlisted candidates will be able to choose from many careers such …

The Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board has been named Outstanding Oyo Agency of the Year 2021 by Silverstones Communication, the organizers of the Miss Oyo Beauty contest. According to the organizers, the award recognizes “the agency’s immense contribution to the infrastructure of the education sector in Oyo State” for the year 2021. The award …

The following editorial originally appeared in the Seattle Times: High school students who enroll in courses that also give them college credit are more likely to graduate and successfully complete college courses. Classes save students time and money, when they are able to participate. State lawmakers should remove costs that create financial barriers for low-income …

With the manifest ineffectiveness of mother tongue-based multilingual education (MTB-MLE) in relation to bilingual education policy (PEB) as shown by the contrasting experiences of private and public schools (“The experience private schools proves the madness of DepEd’s mother tongue policy ”, Letters, 05/11/21), Bill 6405, which called for the repeal of the policy, offered hope …

PULASKI – Whether emotional outbursts in school-aged children are on the increase or not, one thing is for sure. Children love dogs, especially dogs trained to be friendly and calming. And for those who might doubt it, just ask Regan Roach, school resource manager for Lura M. Sharp Elementary, owner of River, a trained therapy …

In the nearly three decades since 1995, members of the world’s 1% have captured 38% of all new wealth while the poorest half of humanity has only benefited from 2%, a finding that highlights shed light on the deep and growing gap between the very rich and everyone else. other. “If there is one lesson …

By KEN RITTER, Associated Press LAS VEGAS – An offer by an advocacy group to push decisions on Nevada education policy out of the legislature and the courts drew pointed questions Monday from the state Supreme Court. The judges were asked to overturn a trial judge’s finding that debate belongs to the Senate and the …