A majority-minority, majority poor student population. A demanding job market. Increasing automation. A polarized society. There are big demographic, economic, technological and social challenges confronting Nigerian schools—and a lot of debate about how to face them. With this backdrop, the inaugural Future of Education Summit will examine the state, local and federal policy ideas that could influence school success and safety; the mechanics of teaching and learning in classrooms; and the state of equity and access in education today.
Join industry players in key panel discussions highlighting challenges and innovative solutions. If there is any ongoing discussion worth highlighting, expect to be engaged in such at the Education Summit.Read More
We have a growing list of experts and industry leaders who would deliver a stunning message as a thought leader on a chosen topic to a room full of Education Community Leaders and School Owners, as well as the general public.Read More
We are committed to providing an extraordinary perspective for supporting the next generation of educational leaders in Nigeria. We bring in industry leaders who have been established in helping deliver quality education over the years. For Education Exhibitors, Driven by generating genuine business connections, we are committed to showcasing your products, ideas and innovations and ensuring they are shared with the right customers in a new and exciting wayRead More
It is a summit where we bring together school's decision makers and EdTech ... in leading and shaping the future of learning, teaching and operational system of education in Nigeria. The aim of the Future of Education Summit is to find solutions to the crisis in Africa's education systems, and to drive home the need for technology in the processes involved..
In our constantly changing world, it’s more important than ever that we unlearn and relearn the skills and knowledge that will allow us to thrive as individuals and societies. This extends to the way we teach, the way we learn, and how knowledge is shared.
1. Increased Literacy: Of the 163 million illiterate youth across the globe, nearly 63 percent are female. Offering all children education will prop up literacy rates, pushing forward development in struggling regions. 2. Human Trafficking: Women are most vulnerable to trafficking when they are undereducated and poor, according to the United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking. Through providing young girls with opportunities and fundamental skills, this b...Read More
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We hereby invite you to THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION SUMMIT. The Future of Education Summit & Expo is A Two-Day South West Conference & Expo, which is to hold on Friday 20th September and Saturd...Read More
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