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Global Online Proctoring Services for Higher Education Market Report 2021 Market SWOT Analysis,Key Indicators,Forecast 2027 : ProctorU

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Top 5 Unforgettable Movies By Veteran Actor, Saint Obi

Obinna Nwafor, popularly and professionally known as Saint Obi, is a veteran Nollywood actor, producer, director, and humanitarian. Saint obi pursued his University Education at the University of Jos where he studied Theatre Arts. He is well known for his expertise in acting and the movie industry. Below are some...
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Indigenous education in North must continue

Note: This is an open letter to Reverend Doctor John Meehan, president of the University of Sudbury. In response to the devastating local impact of Laurentian University’s restructuring through the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act in the past months, representatives of Save our Sudbury, the Coalition nord-ontarienne pour une universite de langue francaise a Sudbury, and key leaders of our local Indigenous communities formed the Tricultural Committee for University Education at Sudbury and have started a tricultural conversation to build bridges and demonstrate support for the other communities impacted by the cuts at Laurentian.

Budget 2021/2022: Gov't Allocates Sh503.9 Billion to Education Sector

The education sector received a huge share of the Sh3.66 trillion 2021/2022 fiscal year budget presented to Parliament by Treasury CS Ukur Yatani on Thursday. The Treasury proposed a Sh503.9 billion allocation to support activities in the education sector in the next financial year. The sector was allocated Sh487.7 billion during the last financial year.