Category: Education

Gov. Kevin Stitt speaks at a press conference at the state Capitol on Sept. 24. Stitt signed a bill into law this week that restricts access to public-school bathrooms and locker rooms to a person's birth sex.

Oklahoma’s Gov. Stitt signs bill restricting school bathrooms to birth sex, effective immediately

An Oklahoma bill limiting access to public-school bathrooms by a person’s birth sex is now law. School districts and charter schools that don’t comply face a 5% deduction in their state funding. That could subtract thousands to millions of dollars, depending on the school system. Gov. Kevin Stitt signed Senate Bill 615 into law Wednesday. An emergency provision in the […]

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The War Against Misinformation Must Be Won by Credibility

The War Against Misinformation Must Be Won by Credibility

In recent years, the world has witnessed several forms of misinformation in all aspects of human lives. Misinformation is waging war and causing a devastating impact on health, nation stability, professionalism, and discrediting science. Misinformation is false, nonfactual, inaccurate information and shifts from the actual truth of information or message. It comes in the form of speculations, myths, and conspiracy […]

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ECWA Theological Seminary Kagoro: Educating the Next Generation of Leaders

ECWA Theological Seminary Kagoro: Educating the Next Generation of Leaders

Educating the Next Generation of Leaders. You may register on the ECWA Theological Seminary Kagoro website Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) Theological Seminary Kagoro is located in Kaduna State, Nigera. The Seminary is the earliest ECWA theological training institution founded in 1931. The Seminary has trained leaders from various denominations across several countries over the years. Missionaries from all over […]

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Jesus with the disciples on the road to Emmaus (Flickr)

Who Do You Say That I Am?

Leadership books are a dime a dozen today. Step into any local bookstore or shop online. You’ll see right away that books about leadership abound. Everyone has an angle. Some authors offer a key to effective leadership. Many writers have come up with a catchy title. But basically, leaders fall into one of two categories: those who lead according to […]

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Summer Camp Guide 2022

Summer Camp Guide 2022

Summer camps can provide a wonderful opportunity for enrichment, independence, spiritual growth and fun! Summer camp can be especially stressful for family’s finances—even more so during the pandemic. Here are free and less expensive summer day camps where arts and education funding subsidize some excellent New York City programs so all children can enjoy a fantastic summer camp experience. Free […]

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Black Christians call for investigation into racism over treatment of Child Q

The leading black Christian body in the UK has expressed its “shock and deeply felt outrage” over the treatment of a 15-year-old black schoolgirl who was strip searched by police. Child Q was removed from an exam and searched by officers after she was wrongly suspected by teachers of possessing cannabis. The search of Child Q was undertaken by officers […]

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Rev. (Dr.) Stephen Panya Baba, ECWA President

Speech of The ECWA President, Rev. (Dr.) Stephen Baba Panya, on Bingham University Sunday, March 6, 2022

Download Speech of The ECWA President, Rev. (Dr.) Stephen Baba Panya, on Bingham University Sunday, March 4, 2022 I greet you all in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I give God the Glory for the grace to see another Bingham University Sunday. It is indeed a testament to your unflinching support that the University continues to […]

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Nigerian organist and composer, Fela Sowande was called the father of Nigerian art music

Nigerian organist and composer, Fela Sowande was called the “father” of Nigerian art music

Fela Sowande, father of Nigerian art music Chief Olufela Obafunmilayo “Fela” Sowande (29 May 1905 – 13 March 1987) was a Nigerian musician and European classical composer. Considered the father of modern Nigerian art music, Sowande is perhaps the most internationally known African composer of works in the European “classical” idiom   Sowande was born in Abeokuta, near Lagos, the son […]

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How can the education system evolve to help students identify paths to success in a changing world?

How can the education system evolve to help students identify paths to success in a changing world?

What does education look like in a global pandemic? It depends a lot on how well you were prepared. There is no shortage of challenges and issues. As educators, we attempt to prepare our students for the world that exists around them. Most importantly, we want our students to be ready to lead meaningful and productive lives once they become […]

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The National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved 22 additional programs for Bingham University

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved 22 additional programs for Bingham University

The National Universities Commission (NUC) Approves 22 Additional Courses For Bingham University In a letter addressed to the Vice-Chancellor and signed by Dr. N. B. Saliu, Director, Academic Planning for the Executive Secretary NUC, listed the approved programs as follows: B. Sc. Cyber Security B.Sc. Information Technology B.Sc. Radiography and Radiological Sciences B.Sc. Industrial Mathematics BLIS. Library and Information Science […]

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