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VARK Learning Styles

Ayo sat on the stairway leading to his house, looking petrified. He had scored 2 outof 15 in the day’s math test and knew exactly what awaited him in the house. Thelast time this happened, he received the beating of his life. He shuddered when

School na Scam! (part 2)

Moderator: ICYMI, a debate ensued last week on the topic, ‘School na scam!’Arumeme passionately agreed with the topic and gave convincing reasons as to whyshe thought so. Don’t make decisions based on her argument yet; keep yourjudgements until you’ve heard the other side. Professor Chika:Greetings

Must we all go to school?

Uchendu Chidalu Onuba The year was 1997 and the decision had already been made; the moment registration began after my second birthday, I would be enrolled in a nearby school. And just like that, my journey to being the academic pride and joy of my

School na scam!

Moderator: ‘School na scam!’ This quote is one that is commonly found across thedifferent social media pages of many young Nigerians. Reasons abound for why thisquote has become the mantra for a large majority of this demographic. Let’s settlethis with a debate! Arumeme:Good day the

Homeschooling: Why and Why not?

Homeschooling is the practice of educating children who have attained the age ofschool education at home or in places other than school. It is estimated that over 3percent of students in the United States of America are homeschooled, and thisnumber is steadily on the rise.

Education and Technology – the panacea to Africa’s crisis.

With a population of 1.3 billion people, Africa has earned itself the second spot in thelist of the most populous continents in the world. Africa is a multicultural continentwith an almost embarrassing abundance of natural resources. Sadly, these resourceshave been massively underutilized, causing the hopes

An Empowered Woman: Asset or Disturbance

written by: Michael Anya The fact that this is even a question disturbs me greatly. Shocked? Well, think of it this way: “An Empowered Human: Asset or Disturbance?” I bet that a poll that asks this question would produce results that overwhelmingly favour the response

VARK Learning Styles

Ayo sat on the stairway leading to his house, looking petrified. He had scored 2 outof 15 in the day’s math test and knew exactly

School na Scam! (part 2)

Moderator: ICYMI, a debate ensued last week on the topic, ‘School na scam!’Arumeme passionately agreed with the topic and gave convincing reasons as to whyshe

Must we all go to school?

Uchendu Chidalu Onuba The year was 1997 and the decision had already been made; the moment registration began after my second birthday, I would be

School na scam!

Moderator: ‘School na scam!’ This quote is one that is commonly found across thedifferent social media pages of many young Nigerians. Reasons abound for why

Homeschooling: Why and Why not?

Homeschooling is the practice of educating children who have attained the age ofschool education at home or in places other than school. It is estimated

An Empowered Woman: Asset or Disturbance

written by: Michael Anya The fact that this is even a question disturbs me greatly. Shocked? Well, think of it this way: “An Empowered Human: