Forty four teachers benefit from advanced teachers’ training workshop in Delta
-Tribune Newspaper Tribuneonlineng.com)
August 30, 2018
No fewer than 44 secondary school teachers graduated at the weekend from a two-week training workshop on modern methods of teaching in Warri, Delta State. The teachers were selected from Warri and its environs and the workshop was titled: “21st Century Nobel Teaching (Advanced Teachers Training). It was facilitated by Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) and Jewels of Africa Foundations and Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) in collaboration with the Delta State Ministry of Basic Education.
Jewels of Africa wants to boost public education in Nigeria
-You And I News…. Beyond Headlines..(youandinnews.com)
August 12, 2018
The Jewel of Africa Foundation as part of its new initiatives in Nigeria is to start injecting quality to public schools education by piloting a Teachers Training Program in Delta and Osun states.
Lara Gureje-Oderinde, President, Jewels of Africa Foundation: Nigerian youths are being cheated on their future
-The Sun Nigeria(www.sunnewsonline.com)
1st September 2019
Mrs. Lara Gureje-Oderinde is the President of Jewels of Africa Foundation (JOA), a non-profit organization based in San Francisco, California, United States of America, is poised to help less-privileged youths, who are in middle and high schools in West Africa, to secure scholarships and have access to educational enrichment programmes as well as provide teaching aids to schools.
NGO trains teachers on lesson planning, curriculum
-The Nation Newspaper Nigeria
August 15, 2019
By the time some 100 teachers participating in the Jewel of Africa (JOA) Inc Foundation training in Lagos resume for the new session next month, they would be better prepared to write lesson plans and deliver the curriculum in a way that would improve their pupils’ learning outcomes.