Boys’ education

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This paper adds a measure of school costs to the model of determinants of schooling. Costs are estimated with controls for selection into school and the possibility of receiving free pri- mary education (FPE). Controlling for costs, household... More

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Child labour acts as a major hurdle for ensuring free, quality education for all children. Over 246 million girls and boys around the World are working instead of attending school and enjoying their childhood of which Nigeria account for about 6... More

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Research has shown that education is one of the most effective development investments countries can make. Adequate investments in education facilitate the achievement of most other national development goals and increase the probability that... More

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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to show how Nigeria’s current Universal Basic Education on primary schooling targets Muslim Almajiri street boys for basic literacy acquisition. The paper examines the policy’s management implementation... More

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Nigeria, a country rich in natural resources, has experienced robust economic growth since 2001. However, the degree to which this economic achievement has had an impact on progress in human development has been low. More than two-thirds of Nigeria... More
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This Gender Analysis is a supplement to ESSPIN 060 Overall Findings and Technical Report of ESSPIN composite survey 1 (2012), and should be read in conjunction with that volume. It includes gender disaggregated tables, graphs and charts of teacher... More