Private education

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Low-fee private schools (LFPSs) enroll a growing proportion of children in Ghana and Nigeria, including the poor. This trend raises questions about the quality of provision in the public sector as well as in relation to equity and social justice in... More
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A census and survey of schools in selected poor areas of Lagos State explored the nature and extent of private education, and compared inputs to public and private schooling. Of all schools (71%) were found to be private, with more unregistered... More

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This report presents the findings of a household survey investigating parental school choice – examining why parents choose private schools in two low‐income neighbourhoods in Lagos, one somewhat better off than the other. Parental perceptions... More

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Management and administration of education in Nigeria by law is vested under the stable of the three tiers of government namely, federal, state and local governments on the concurrent list. Under both federal and state governments, respective... More

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Annual School Census 2011/2012 was conducted in March 2012. It contains information on Pre- Primary, Primary, Junior Secondary, Senior Secondary Schools, Agency for Mass Education, and Tertiary Institutions in the State. It is interesting that... More

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Infractions may occur between the school and community, thereby, hampering their coexistence. School-Community conflict in practical sense is resolved through the internal and external administrative mechanisms. The Ministry of education,... More

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Since research has shown that high quality preschool education is associated with improved school readiness, better school performance, higher graduation rates, lower crime and delinquency and decreased welfare dependency then it is worth... More

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This study investigated staff motivation and students’ academic performance in social studies in Nigerian private schools. It adopted descriptive research design, with 100 teachers and 10 School Principals as participants. Private secondary... More