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This is a discourse on the use of assistive technology in the education of persons with learning disabilities in Nigeria. Assistive technology is a tool that helps students maximize their potential and ability to achieve their individualized... More

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: This study investigated students' academic performance in public examinations in Secondary Schools in Ondo and Ekiti States, Nigeria. As a descriptive research, the study population comprised all the 281 secondary schools in Ondo State and the... More

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This study was a crossectional survey conducted among 716 senior secondary school adolescents in Ibadan from March to August 2005. The result of 695 that was analyzed revealed that the mean age of 15±2.6years. 28.3% of the respondents had... More

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In this article, I explore language practices in Nigerian primary school classrooms against the backdrop of the policy of mother tongue education. Findings from the study show that there is a classroom bilingual practice that is rather... More

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This was an empirical investigation of brain drain in igeria as perceived from school drop-out perspective. The policy management and enterprising implications of the study were also examined as regards igerian development motivation. The study... More

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The establishment of the National Commission for Nomadic Education (NCNE) in Nigeria in 1989 created a wider opportunity for the estimated population of 9.3 million nomads in Nigeria to acquire literacy skills. The coming of the Commission arose... More

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A nation that is aspiring for greatness, self-sufficiency, political and economic emancipation cannot afford running away from effective system of education which can only be managed by good quality teachers. A teacher is a trained person who is... More

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This paper examines the different ways of enhancing quality basic education in order to achieve millennium development goals in Nigeria. Also the paper further examines the pertinent facts about Universal Basic Education (UBE) as well as vision... More

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Purpose/Aims: There are estimated nine and a half million indigent children on the streets begging for alms, known as almajiri, in the northern part of Nigeria. These children constitute an army of helpless minors, lacking adequate care and... More
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This paper gives the analysis on cost and financing of pre-school education in Nigeria. The Education for All (EFA) No 1 Goal is the “comprehensive early childhood care and education especially for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children”.... More