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Edusko Helps Students And Parents Find The Right School For Free

Since  you can find Hotels that meets your specific  needs in Nigeria and you can also find Cabs that can come pick you up from your destination, how about finding the right schools in your location.  With Edusko, that is now possible as they have provided an online solution to help Parents and students find and choose the right schools.
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Jide Ayegbusi, Edusko’s Marketing Manager claims that Edusko is poised to help African parents who are finding it increasingly difficult to place their children in the right schools do so with ease free of charge.

‘In a world where it is becoming increasingly difficult for parents to make informed decisions in placing their wards in right schools, edusko.com is poised to furnish parents with necessary information about available good schools in Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Europe and America’, says Jide.

Explaining why edusko.com is beyond a regular directory, the Account/Content Manager of edusko.com, Bukola Owobello states that:

With Edusko school finders can interact and connect more with over a million schools available in Africa, Europe and America. “Edusko is not just a mere directory, listing schools’ contact information alone, but a rich school content platform that can guide parents and students to make wise choices”, Bukola says.

I tried navigating to the site and noticed that apart from finding schools, you can even find private tutors if need be.
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As always, great initiative! With the right marketing push, this can be like Hotels.ng for Schools!
What do you think? Can this solution thrive in Africa?

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25 comments on “Edusko Helps Students And Parents Find The Right School For Free

  1. Titi says:

    Can it work in Nigeria? Err maybe especially if you are moving to a new area and don’t know any Good school to go to. Like you rightly said misstechy, they would need a lot of money to spend on pushing it online.. a lot before it can really really be entrenched in the minds of Nigerians

  2. Kelvin says:

    This idea makes sense. It will succeed in Nigeria , But it may take longer time.

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      With enough funding, the time might be shortened

      1. Kay says:

        First question you need to ask you self is how many “parents” can use…. Or even have access to the Internet.
        Y’all should be thinking grassroots here!

        1. Titi says:

          Kay, trust me Parents have wisened up oh.. and you are also forgetting that nwe generation of parents in the 21st century are internet smart..So your point is a bit flaky.

          1. Kay says:

            We are in Nigeria o

          2. Titi says:

            I know now, my mates have married and given birth. most of our parents are getting older and wouldn’t even have the chance to give birth.. my maters are definitely internet savvy so yes I think it would work .

          3. Kay says:

            What about the millions in the village and folks from the north…… (remember how Buhari won)

          4. Titi says:

            Lol there are also millions in the city. if we were to base our target audience on that aspect, misstechy wouldn’t have created this blog.

          5. Kay says:

            Ok.
            It’s a good initiative

          6. Sir Stevoe says:

            Exactly

          7. Sir Stevoe says:

            Lol but do we always have to talk about people in the village or those who cannot use technology whenever there’s a new tech stuff? If we keep doing so then we won’t make a advancement now! We can’t always compensate for the illiterate ones when it comes to tech stuff that’s just the truth. They on the other hand should endeavor to move up with the times

        2. Kelvin says:

          A lot of parents do. Phones are cheap. But the thing is , Most parents may not be aware such websites exists.
          Like my mum for instance , She’s a Nairaland and Lindaikeji Addict. Those are the only websites she visits everyday.

          1. Titi says:

            You are forgetting the power of advertising, even sms marketing has the power to help any organisation and can be used to target someone like your mom

          2. Kay says:

            Lol…….. We share the same mother….. Facebook and InformationNigeria addict

  3. optimusPRIME says:

    I tink d idea is Great,nd wit more funding nd SUPPORT….edusko idea will go far!!!!

  4. Kelvin says:

    My only worry is that they may not have the database of all the schools in Nigeria. Especially secondary / primary schools. There are so many of them.
    What about schools in the slums. Are they going to be listed?

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      I think that is the challenge, however, if you check their website, you should see that they have a section where you can register a school if you are a School owner. IMHO Everything boils down to the right advertising.

      1. Kay says:

        Yea saw that as well.
        IMO if they are determined, the can get the database of over 80%.
        Essein did it so they can.

    2. Sir Stevoe says:

      Even if they are listed? Would any parent choose such schools lol

  5. Sir Stevoe says:

    This is a nice initiative, kudos to them!

  6. vjsmiles says:

    It won’t….Don’t ask me why.. 🙂

  7. vjsmiles says:

    Don’t ask me why.. 🙂

  8. vjsmiles says:

    Naija sorry to say ain’t advanced enough for this kind of system… No offense though

  9. Denny says:

    This is good idea and i believe most parent wil welcome it .

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