USA Pulls Out Of UNESCO Programme Citing “Anti-Israel Bias”

By Abdul Tukur The United State has formally notified the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization that it would be pulling out of the organisation at the end of next year. The  Donald Trump administration, who plans to "remain engaged," with UNESCO cited “continuing anti-Israel bias," as its reasons for withdrawing from the UN world … Continue reading USA Pulls Out Of UNESCO Programme Citing “Anti-Israel Bias”

British-Nigerian Maths Genius Gains Admission Into Cambridge

By Christian Smith A 16 year-old British Nigerian school boy has been gained admission into Cambridge University after achieving 'A*' A-Level passes in Additional Further Maths. Andrew Ejemai, from Brentwood School in Essex is the youngest of this year’s intakes. He told The Voice Newspaper his achievement was down to God, hard work, parental and … Continue reading British-Nigerian Maths Genius Gains Admission Into Cambridge

Malala Yousafzai, Joins Other Students To Receive A Level Results

By Christian Smith The youngest Nobel price awardee is among the students who received their A-level results today. In a tweet, Malala Yousafzai, 20, an education campaigner confirmed that she has been accepted to study Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford. The excited student needed 3 As to study at the Lady … Continue reading Malala Yousafzai, Joins Other Students To Receive A Level Results

General Election 2017: Labour To Scrap Tuition Fees As Early As September

By Adenike Lucas Students starting university this autumn will not have to pay tuition fees if Labour wins the general election.  Student starting in September and those who are part way in their course will not have to pay, if the Labour Party is elected in June 8. Currently, English and Welsh pupils pay more than £9,000 … Continue reading General Election 2017: Labour To Scrap Tuition Fees As Early As September

Jeremy Corbyn has defied his critics to become Labour’s best hope of survival Gary Younge

By Gary Younge The late Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano once expressed his deepest concern that “we are all suffering from amnesia … [that makes us] blind to small things and small people”. Who, I asked him, was responsible for this forgetfulness. “It’s not a person,” he explained. “It’s a system of power that is always … Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn has defied his critics to become Labour’s best hope of survival Gary Younge

General Election 2017: Labour To Give Education the “Priority It Deserves”

By Christian Smith The leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has promised to deliver an education system that provides for every child. Mr Corbyn who hopes to become the Prime Minister come June 9, said while addressing the National Association of Head Teachers, NAHT conference in Telford that "funding for our children's education was been … Continue reading General Election 2017: Labour To Give Education the “Priority It Deserves”

Shonda Rhimes To Develop Show Based On Book By Nigerian Authour

By Danjuma Aliyu The woman behind the popular hit series, Scandal has acquired the rights to develop a new cable series using a book written by Luvvie Ajayi, a Nigerian. Ms Ajayi, a popular blogger now based in New York, who released I’m Judging You: The Do Better Manual in 2016, took to twitter to comment on the deal, saying it … Continue reading Shonda Rhimes To Develop Show Based On Book By Nigerian Authour

Oxford University Embroiled In Race Row After Wrongly Identifying Nigerian As Threat To Other Students

By Adenike Lucas Oxford University has been accused of “despicable” double standards after wrongly identifying a student of Nigerian descent as a threat to other students. Oluwafemi Nylander, who studied philosophy, politics and economics was reported to have worked in a friend’s office overnight after accidentally becoming locked in, Harris Manchester College HMC’s grounds on Thursday evening. … Continue reading Oxford University Embroiled In Race Row After Wrongly Identifying Nigerian As Threat To Other Students

Crowdfunding Page Set Up To Help Family Of 12-Year-Old School Boy Who Died After Falling Down Stairs

By Christain Smith A total of £3,451 has been raised for the family of a 12-year-old boy who died after falling down a staircase at a school in Norwich. Michael Sousa, a pupil at Jane Austen College, fell on stairs at the school, on Monday, January 23, just a day after his 12th birthday. He suffered head … Continue reading Crowdfunding Page Set Up To Help Family Of 12-Year-Old School Boy Who Died After Falling Down Stairs