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PROJECT TOPIC:IMPLICATION OF 6-3-3-4 SYSTEM OF EDUCATION FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ABAKALIKI URBAN

PROJECT TOPIC:IMPLICATION OF 6-3-3-4 SYSTEM OF EDUCATION FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ABAKALIKI URBAN

 

Abstract

The study examined the implication of the 6-3-3-4 system of education of Junior Secondary Schools. The study was carried out in Abakaliki Urban of Ebonyi State, comprises of Abakaliki and Ebonyi Local Government Areas. One hundred teachers, including Principals randomly selected from ten schools in the area of the study formed the sample data was collected through a combination of documents.

Questionnaire and interview, while data was analysed using frequencies and means. The findings amongst the things, showed that Junior Secondary School graduates do not posses sufficient based on the findings, the recommendations included that nor only should staff and equipment be enhanced in Schools, but in service training for teachers should also be intensified.

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background to Study

The educational system introduced by the missionary in Nigeria brought a new life of educational development into the country. The curriculum was intensely denominational shallow in content and religiously based.

This is led to the (1882) education ordinance which under went series of criticisms and later revised by the 1887 ordinance.

The educational system that developed later was such that a child spent eight years in the primary school, and three years in the university, (Onabamiwo 1982). Real learning for understanding and application to the needs of our environment was absent.

With the 1969 curriculum conference the new national policy on education was born. The system which is known as the 6-3-3-4 system is envisaged by the former educational system.

Education is indeed for effective life in a technological society, a wheel base for any developing country clearly, the 6-3-3-4 education system is the greatest mile stone in the history of organized education in Nigeria. It is greatly faced with the problems and prospect should be clearly understood and appreciated and there should be adequate planning and implementation.

John Dewey (1930) on the same had stressed a marriage between theoretical and practical knowledge. There should be an inter-locking existence between theory and practice, hence the introduction and implementation of the 6-3-3-4 educational system which caters for the subjects (pre-vocational subject and non-vocational subjects). Education is constantly changing and adapting itself to new demands and new circumstances it therefore has the growing quality of a living organism.

However, any explanation of the rational for the new secondary school system might necessarily touch on the origin and concept of junior and senior secondary school system contrary to the belief of many Nigerians who thought that the junior and senior secondary school concept was a product of Britain our traditional colonial master from whom we borrowed most of our educational practice this system of secondary education is known to have originated from North America which has been practicing this generally given the credit for having started this system in North America in the year 1895.

PROJECT TOPIC:IMPLICATION OF 6-3-3-4 SYSTEM OF EDUCATION FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ABAKALIKI URBAN

Nwaogwugwu, (1982) it is copied in agreement with the Nigeria culture. The origin of the system apart from the important question relates to whether the desired objectives are being especially at the junior secondary school JSS level. Recently the new national policy on education now known, as the 9-3-4system of education has been under implementation for this year now.

1.2 Statement of the Problem

The national policy on education, commonly know, as the 6-3-3-4 system of education has been under implementation for many years now.

However, these are profound and varied implication of the 6-3-3-4 educational scheme for the junior secondary school in Abakaliki urban.

These problems range from the lack of teacher, few existing teacher not adequate, guidance and counseling service, lack of audio visual aids, lack of finance, inadequate instructional materials and equipments. These have put the vocational skills acquisition into a bad condition.

Furthermore the problem created by this ugly phenomenon has attracted young vocational education like myself to conduct this research study to identify / find out what are those problems militating against 6-3-3-4 system of education of junior secondary school and its implication with special reference to student in Abakaliki urban in Ebonyi State.

1.3 Purpose of the Study

       The purpose of this study is to identify the problem and implication of the 6-3-3-4 System of Education for junior secondary school in Abakaliki urban of Ebonyi State and specifically the study tends;

  1. To examine the vocational relevance of the junior secondary school curriculum relative to the objective of 6-3-3-4 scheme.
  2. To determine the implementation and problems at the junior secondary school level.
  3. To explore ways of addressing the problems.

 

 1.4 Significance of the Study

The study would be of utmost significance to the general reader students and parent, principals and teachers including the guidance and counselors. This is for the following reasons.

It would be significant to the general readers as greater insight would be geared into the 6-3-3-4 education system.

It would be significant to the student as it will help to solve the drop out problem in the secondary school by providing education suitable to students with varying aptitudes, interest and abilities.

And also provide broad based education to students at the junior secondary school level. And student on graduation from secondary school can find self secondary school can find self employment without waiting for government to provide employment and parents will no longer suffer for the training of their children without being employed.

For the principals and teachers, an awareness would be created as to how to handle most of the things involved in the system which include roles there in. to the counselors is that  they can realize that they have a greater role to play in the success of the entire system.

1.5 Scope of the Study

       The researcher limits the tropical coverage of the study to the implication of 6-3-3-4 system of education for Junior Secondary schools in Abakaliki Urban. An implication for junior secondary education within the Izzi Secondary schools in Abakaliki.

1.6 Research Question

       The following research question were formulated to guide the study.

  1. How adequate and qualified are junior secondary school technical teachers relative to be acquisition of fictional and vocational skills by JSS graduates?
  2. How effective continuous assessment administered in schools?
  3. How functional are guidance and counseling service in schools?
  4. What are the problems facing the implementation of 6-3-3-4 system of educational at the junior level?

PROJECT TOPIC:IMPLICATION OF 6-3-3-4 SYSTEM OF EDUCATION FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ABAKALIKI URBAN

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