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Emergent problems in Nigerian education

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Kraft Books Limited, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, p.216 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LA1631 .E45 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9591190

Keywords:

Education and state--Nigeria, Education--Nigeria

Abstract:

Contents: Cultism in Nigerian schools: educational management implications and the way forward / C.A. Iloh & F.B. Ovri -- Indiscipline among learners / Robinson A. Chukwuma -- Frequent industrial action among teachers in Nigeria / Emperor Kpangban -- Education for nomadic cattle rearers and migrant fishermen / Grace O. Abamba -- Poor funding of education in Nigeria / Jolly Okoza -- Teaching the digital children / D.O. Dibie -- Planning education for the future / Daniel D. Whawo -- Dwindling achievements in secondary English and mathematics / Friday Akporherhe -- Alternative to practicals in tertiary education / J.N. Umeoduagu -- Examination malpractice and the threat to quality education / Justina Eimuhi -- Indecent dressing in Nigerian tertiary institutions / L.O.N. Onyesom and C.J. Iwegbu -- Teachers and the war against corruption in Nigeria / Daniel D. Whawo -- Poor attitude to academic work among learners / Joseph A. Ojogbane -- Unwed teenage motherhood and education / Daniel D. Whawo -- Poor maintenance of school infrastructure / Joseph A. Ojogbane -- Conflict resolution and its implication for teachers / Daniel D. Whawo.

Publication Language:

eng