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National Policy on Education

National Policy on Education AN OVERVIEW OF PUBLIC POLICY        According to Abbuloalami (998:1) public policy “refers to hard patterns of resource allocation represented by or resource allocation represented by projects and programs designed to respond to perceived public problem or challenges requiring governmental action for their solution” Implicitly in the above definition is that …

Axiology

AXIOLOGY Axiology is derived from the Greek word; ’’axis’’ which means “value, worth”; and “logos’’ which means study; therefore axiology is the philosophical study of value. It is either the collective term for ethics and aesthetics philosophical fields that depend crucially on notions of value—or the foundation for these fields, and thus similar to value …

Curriculum Reform in Nigeria

THE CONCEPT OF REFORM         Reform means the improvement or amendment of what is wrong, corrupt unsatisfactory or to improve by alteration correction of error or removal of defects put into a better form or condition.         Curriculum is the sum totals of the courses which school organize for a learner to cover within a …

People’s Participation in the Provision of Education

People’s Participation in the Provision of Education Introduction Educational policy in Nigeria has passed through two significant stages, the colonial and post independence eras. Prior to the British conquest of the area and the subsequent establishment of Colonial Government, most of the area to the northern and western parts comprised empires, kingdoms and some chiefdoms, …

Inclusive Education

Inclusive Education Introduction  Inclusive education is a pairing of philosophy and pedagogical practices that allow each student to feel respected, confident and safe so he or she can learn and develop to his or her full potential. It is based on a system of values and beliefs centered on the best interests of the student, …

Poor implementation in Education

Poor implementation in Education Introduction Students spend six years in Secondary School that is 3 years of JSS (Junior Secondary School), and 3 years of SSS (Senior Secondary School). By Senior Secondary School Class 2 (SS2), students are taking the GCE O’ Levels exam, which is not mandatory, but most students take it to prepare …