government policies on education in nigeria

23/07/2019 0 By Mary

government policies on education in nigeria

Changing patterns of economic, political and social development tend to produce innovations in the educational field, as the system seeks to adjust to the needs of the current situation. When Eastern Nigeria faced the aftermath of civil war, new political and educational policies contributed to produce an overwhelming demand for secondary education. This paper presents a case-study of the innovation that resulted in Anambra State, where local communities worked with the Government, providing schools for the Government to run. The success of this policy over the past decade is analysed and evaluated, indicating how educational standards were controlled.
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http://policies.education.nsw.gov.au/policy-library/a-z