Friday, January 12, 2018

The next time Nigerian universities shut down,

College in a Box: Textbook giants are now teaching classes.

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  1. Nigerian universities, always closed (staff on strike) it would seem. It's either the academic staff union ASUU, the non-academic staff unions, there's SSANU, ASUP, NASU, ... always some story of workers on strike over failure to agree with the government on compensation, benefits...


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