Liberia: Ul, Princeton Theological Seminary Begin Major International Conference

The University of Liberia and United States-based Princeton Theological Seminary have jointly kicked off a three-day…

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Uganda: Makerere Students Raise 781 Concerns Against Blended Learning Tools

Students of Makerere University have aired out deficiencies in the tools, methods and activities of blended…

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Nigeria: ASUU to Speak On Demands, Govt Actions After Suspending Strike

ASUU Vice President Chris Piwuna will be on PREMIUM TIMES Twitter Space by 6 p.m. today…

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Democrats Are Having Trouble Holding Onto Their Coalition

In order to maintain this bloc, “a delicate dance ensued,” Meyerson continues: Since the 1960s, the…

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Students, Legal Scholars Push California Universities to Hire Undocumented Students

LOS ANGELES — They have attended school in the United States, spent their childhoods in U.S.…

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South Africa: Former Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste’s Assets Seized – South African News Briefs – October 19, 2022

Cape Town —   Reserve Bank Seizes Former Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste’s Properties The Reserve Bank…

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Rwanda: Teachers, Students Speak Out on Low TVET Enrolment

Recent information from Rwanda TVET Board shows that the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)…

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Nigeria: Over 12,000 Admission Seekers Jostle for 6,000 UNIOSUN Slots

Over 12,000 admission seekers jostle to be admitted into the Osun State University 6000 slots, as…

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Nigeria: A Tertiary Debacle

Nigerian universities urgently need a reboot; whether ASUU should be part of that process is an…

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Liberia: SDI GIS Officer Leaves Pursue Advanced Certificate In Geo-Information Science And Earth Observation In The Netherlands

Netherlands — As one of the premier right-based and development institutions that prioritize education, the Sustainable…

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