Teaching is one of the most admirable professions you could choose – teachers are both underpaid and under appreciated, yet they hold a great responsibility to educate the next generation of leaders, inventors, and innovators. Teaching can be a challenging profession, and the degree programs that will lead you to the classroom can be equally challenging. According to the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCEE) there are 83 Colleges of Eduation in Nigeria. Our teacherjobs.com.ng top 3 colleges of education in Nigeria are:
1. Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education Ijanikin – This Lagos-state owned institution is located in Ijanikin and offers programmes in Science, Arts/Social Science and Languages. www.aocoed.edu.ng
2. FCE (Technical) Akoka – This Federal College was established in 1967 with the aim of grooming and producing teachers in technical, vocational and commercial academic disciplines. www.fcetakoka-edu.net/
3. Tai Solarin College of Education Ijebu-Ode The first university of education in Nigeria is owned by the Ogun State’s university and was named after the famed educational administrator and human rights activist Tai Solarin. www.tasued.edu.ng/
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