In a seed-level round led by TLcom Capital, edtech startup uLesson has raised $3.1 million to scale its audiovisual education content service across Africa. The company says it will use the funding to bring its suite of video lessons, quizzes and tests to the West African market, with a plan to create culture-specific content for […]
Certification or creativity, which is of higher value to the Nigerian student? Anyone with the typical Nigerian school experience would say classrooms are optimized for certification above all else. Beyond permitting music, arts and debates clubs, not a lot is designed to boost creative potential. But while many millennials winged through the drudgery and made […]
It seamlessly automates the flow of information between students, teachers, administrators and parents.
The lessons will run for six weeks in both Abuja and Lagos.
It’s an app that connects students with opportunities they are eligible for, from a pool of over 1000 scholarships
“Content is king, but collaboration is key”