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Veriv Africa spotlights education policies, challenges, and developments. As education plays a pivotal role in shaping human capital and economic progress, our analyses will delve into policies like the new student loan policy, innovations, and systemic changes affecting the educational landscape in Nigeria.

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Education Crises Limit Nigeria’s Growth Potentials

According to the World Bank (2023a), Nigeria’s gross domestic product (GDP)  has grown by an average of around 2% in the last decade.

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Student Loan Policy: A Socio-Economic Overview

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Convention held on 14 December 1960 included education as a fundamental human right.

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Harnessing Edtech for Innovation and Transformation in Nigeria

Educational technology (EdTech) refers to the utilization of technology in education. It involves incorporating learning management systems (LMS)

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Endowment Funds: An Option for University Financing in Nigeria

Following the establishment of Nigeria’s first institution of higher learning in 1948, enrollment in public universities and the number of federal and state universities in the country have increased.

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Diffusing Research and Development from Higher Education into Nigerian Society

A phrase that has taken over the industrial and academic sectors, “Research and Development (R&D),” signifies the need for continuous relearning and unlearning in intellectual and labour settings.

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Accelerating Learning Recovery in Nigeria

According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), education is a human right, as well as a powerful catalyst capable of reducing poverty, driving development, improving health, and sustaining economic stability....

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