The Higher Education Commissioner who was flanked by the State Commissioner for Information, Mr Charles Aniagwu, said the upgrade was also an attempt to adopt the policy of the Federal Government to deliberately phase out Higher National Diploma programme, adding that the overall objective was to harvest quality graduates as dividends from the state government’s investment in education. … [Read more...] about Why three tertiary institutions are being upgraded to Universities in Delta – Muoboghare
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Amelia, a pupil at Durrington High School in Worthing, West Sussex, one of the largest schools in the country, said: 'I'm able to focus on my schoolwork and I'm not worried about going back to school any more. It's a lot easier being able to physically see my teachers. I feel like I'm catching up quite a bit now. … [Read more...] about Double your money! As magnificent readers help get computers to schoolkids during lockdown, big-hearted firms boost donations total to astonishing £750k
Last February, when coronavirus was killing thousands in China, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: 'Our world-class NHS is well prepared and we are doing everything we can to protect the public.' He was clearly wrong – the NHS was anything but prepared. By early April intensive care wards were overrun, protective equipment was in short supply and deaths were running at more than 1,000 a day. For years doctors have warned the NHS is badly resourced.England, for example, has just ten intensive care beds per 100,000 people – Germany has 34. The issues are structural and fundamental reform is needed. … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson reveals schools won’t reopen until at least MARCH 8 as he extends lockdown by another three weeks – but tries to quell mounting Tory anger with pledge of ‘road map’ out of curbs
Newsom is also trying to spread the word that San Francisco has taken significant steps to entice local families to stay by increasing its child care subsidies, phasing in free preschool for all, providing low-cost health insurance for young people, upgrading libraries, improving parks, and increasing the city's financial contribution to public schools. … [Read more...] about Lots of toddlers, fewer school-age kids in S.F.
Nigerians did away with large gatherings – burials, weddings, birthdays, etc., for an extended period in the Year 2020 with minimal impact on relationships. Why can’t we do the same in the Year 2021 until the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is over? One of the positives of the COVID-19 pandemic is that people began to appreciate the essence of virtual meetings, conferences, and other events. The effect of lack of physical interactions on productivity was not much. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 reloaded