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Rebranding Nigeria educational system

Kola Adeyem

Rebranding Nigeria educational system

by Kola Adeyem

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Published by School of Education, National Open University of Nigeria, School of Education, National Open University of Nigeria in Lagos, Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Kola Adeyemi and Bolupe Awe ; [festschrift for G.A. Badmus]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA1631 .R435 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 580 p. :
    Number of Pages580
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25289056M
    ISBN 109789789197040
    LC Control Number2011478616

    Nigeria runs a federation system so the Nigerian education system is overseen by Ministry of Education. The federal government controls public schools while state schools are controlled at the regional levels. The education system at the federal level is managed by the Ministry of Education. Entrepreneurship education is a catalyst for economic development and job creation in any society and it involves rebranding the education culture to the end of guaranteeing a comprehensive educational system re-engineering arising from the obvious deficiencies of the existing educational system (Lee and Wong, ).

    Keywords: Educational System, Returns to Education, Universities Financing in Nigeria. 1. Introduction Education in Nigeria is more of a public enterprise that has witnessed government complete and dynamic intervention and active participation (Federal Republic of Nigeria, ). It is the view of the formulated education policy in Nigeria to. Nigeria have been observed to be affected adversely by gas flaring though, the vulnerability of children who spend most of their time in schools and the right for every child to acquire education.

      He said that half of the problems bedevilling Nigeria’s educational system would be solved if the country engages quality teachers and provide good welfare scheme for them.   Layton Preparatory School is a friendly and family oriented preschool for children from 3 months to 2 years old. In , the school was a new player in the competitive nursery/educational sector in Nigeria – and needed a powerful brand strategy and visual identity to enter the market.


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This book describes the system of education in Nigeria where we have multi-ethnic groups, religious, and cultural diversities. It describes the better way to teach the students in the classroom so that they will learn easily.

It is a new system that should be incorporated into the education system of any country all over the world, especially 5/5(1). Education System in Nigeria. The system of education in use today in Nigeria is the Universal Basic Education (UBE) also known as the system which was introduced to replace the system of education.

This newly adopted system took of in and it is expected to be reshaped to meet the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) target.

education institutions have increased by over 60% in the last five years”. UK remains the primary destination of choice for Nigerian students wishing to study abroad. Richard Gozney (the British High Commissioner to Nigeria) says that the near comatose educational system in Nigeria and its perennial unpredictability are.

Similarly, the four-year Ministerial Strategic Plan () adopted by the Federal Ministry of Education evolves around three key themes, i.e. “access, quality, and systems strengthening,” of which the menace posed by Nigeria’s out-of-school children is a top priority. Department of Science Education, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki P.M.B.

Ebonyi State, Nigeria Abstract This paper looked into the use of ICT-Driven Instructional Aids as a rebranding approach to the teaching and learning of Mathematics in Nigeria secondary schools.

Information. New National Policy On Education. Lagos: Government printers. Federal Republic Of Nigeria. National Policy On Education. 3 rd Edition,Lagos: NERDC Press. Igwe, S.O.

The Concept of the System of Education and its. Implications for Nigeria. In G.O. Akpa and S.U. Udoh(Eds). Towards Implementing the. university system has degenerated to the extent that it needs re-building, resuscitation or indeed Re-branding.

In the s, s, and even in the early s, those of us who attended Nigerian institutions of higher learning can attest to those glorious years of our educational system.

Izagbo has written a book, Rebranding Nigeria: Leadership and the National Image Project which is due for launch this weekend. Our education (system) is in comatose, our health sector is. Activities within the school are organized within classes and good quality classes are needed to attain educational goals which can be established through assessment.

Assessment is at the heart of education. This paper examines school based assessment which is one of the types of assessment and its implication on national development. The concept assessment is defined by various authors in. Federal Republic of Nigeria ().

National Policy on Education (4 th ed). Yaba, Lagos: NERDC Press. Ogbada, E. The effects of examination malpractice on the performance of the education system in Nigeria.

Waka Journal of Educational, Arts and. The term education system generally refers to public schooling, not private schooling, and more commonly to kindergarten through high school programs.

Schools or school districts are typically the smallest recognized form of “education system” and countries are the largest.

States are also considered to have education systems. Simply put, an education system comprises everything. Nigerian Educational System. The Nigerian educational system has undergone major structure changes over the last 30 years: Before and after the Nigerian independence the Educational System at the primary and secondary levels mirrored the British system, i.e.

6 years of primary education and 5 years secondary and 2 years of higher level / A Levels. The Nigerian education negates and neglects those for whom the curriculum is meant for.

There is always over concentration on the educator, the teacher instead of the students is always fixed at the centre of the curriculum. This research work seeks to inform people on how “COIP4C can be used to rebrand the problems in Nigerian system of. Nkechi O.

() Education, value re-orientation and the rebranding process in Nigeria in Nigerian Journal of Sociology of Education, volume V, number 1, Noah, A.

Ajayi, I. Enhancing quality education in Nigeria. In Kola Adeyemi & Bolupe Awe (Eds.). Rebranding Nigerian Educational System.

Festchrift for Prof. Badmus. Indicators of Primary Education System in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Foundations system.

A chapter in a book: Concurrent Issues In. Education, Ado-Ekiti. The study examines the influence of public relations in rebranding Nigeria taking into consideration public perception in this regard. The objectives are to determine if rebranding is relevant; to assess the extent rebranding can help Nigeria in her foreign investments drive; to examine how Nigeria is rated in the world; and to evaluate the extent, public relations can be used in rebranding.

Alfred Mbeteh: Sierra Leone Telegraph: 3 October Education for many especially in developing countries, is a clear route out of the acute poverty they find themselves.

It has been a great tool for developing the intellectual capabilities of citizens and countries alike. However, there has been a considerable rise in the level. In my special report on education in Nigeria titled, Rethinking education, one main thrust is the need to rebrand the teaching profession, an.

Rebranding Nigeria: Another View. attention should be given to the education sector to ensure that our schools are providing graduates of quality adequate laws should be put in place to deal with criminals in all facets of our life as a nation. Nigeria will be a better country if problems like poverty, unemployment, drug trafficking.

Education in Nigeria is overseen by the Ministry of Education. Local authorities take responsibility for implementing state-controlled policy regarding public education and state schools. The education system is divided into Kindergarten, Primary education, Secondary education and Tertiary education.

Nigeria's central government has been dominated by instability since declaring independence. Rebranding as an Administrative Strategy in Nigeria: The Journey so Far (Pp ) Edigin, Lambert Uyi - Department of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria E-mail: [email protected] Abstract The idea of rebranding the Nigeri1an state was conceptualized by Professor.As against the global recommendation by UNESCO that governments should allocate between 15 per cent and 20 per cent of their annual budgets to education, the revised budget of Nigeria.Education is intended to be free although most state-owned institutions requite their students to purchase their books and uniforms, something which may be impossible for the poorest people.

Secondary Education It is during the three years of senior secondary school that the die is finally cast for the next generation in Nigeria.