John Burroughs School

(St. Louis, Missouri)   John Burroughs School (known as “Burroughs”) is a co-ed, private day school located on the west side of St. Louis. Its rankings and production of Nation Merit–recognized students speak to the school’s high quality of academic instruction. In addition to excellent academics, Burroughs—which is named after …

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Blake School

(Minneapolis, Minnesota)   The Blake School is a private, co-educational day school, which was founded in 1900 and is located in the Lowry Hill section of Minneapolis. Prizing ethics and integrity as well as academic excellence, students are required to take a course in communication before graduating. Seniors must also …

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University School Nashville

(Nashville, Tennessee)   University School Nashville (USN), founded in 1888, is a private, co-ed day school located near the Vanderbilt University campus. USN offers students two campuses: a main campus for academics and an 80-acre campus for extra-curricular purposes. USN  has a long-standing commitment to the arts and students enjoy …

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University students worry over poor ICT exposure

Computers are used in higher education both as a subject of study and as a tool in the learning process within other disciplines. Thus, many higher institutions have established computer labs or ICT halls and students could take advantage of the facilities for study and research. There are also instances …

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BUK signs MoU with US versity to promote reading, research

Bayero University Kano (BUK) has on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding with Florida State University, Tallahassee, USA with a view to promote reading culture and research in the country. The two institutions signed the deal at the senate chamber of BUK with principal representatives from both sides expressing commitment to ensuring the initiative …

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3m children need emergency education support in North-East – UNICEF

The United Nations Children Education Fund (UNICEF) on Friday says an estimated three million children need emergency education support occasioned by the Boko Haram insurgency in the North East. UNICEF’s Deputy Director, Justin Forsyth, told newsmen in Maiduguri that urgent interventions were necessary to address the situation. Forsyth said that …

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2017/2018 Federal Government Overseas Scholarship Scheme For Undergraduate, Masters and PhD With Monthly Salary Of $500 And Other Benefits. APPLY NOW…

The Federal Scholarship Board by the Federal Ministry of Education of Nigeria is offering the 2017/2018 Bilateral Educational Agreement (BEA) Scholarship Awards for Undergraduate, Masters and PhD students to study Overseas. Choice of Country for Beneficiaries to Study: U.S, London, Canada, Australia, Russia, China, Morocco, Turkey, Algeria, Romania, Serbia, Japan, …

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Between 2011 and 2013, Harvard University reported crime

Between 2011 and 2013, Harvard University reported crime statistics for its main Cambridge campus that included 104 forcible sex offenses, 55 robberies, 83 aggravated assaults, 89 burglaries, and 43 cases of motor vehicle theft.[49] Harvard also has commercial real estate holdings in Cambridge and Allston, on which it pays property …

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VACANCIES: Federal Government Are Recruiting 16200 Nigerians To Work In Any Of Nigerian Embassy In 26 Countries Includes (Canada,U.S,Australia and London)

There are vacancies in many Nigerian embassy and we need 16200 Nigerians to work in any of Nigerian embassy in 26 countries including (Canada, U.S, Australia London,) Our goal is to build a better future for Nigerians all over the world. Working through offices in 26 countries, Nigerian embassy staff …

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