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Emergent problems in Nigerian education / edited by A.I. Joe, Daniel D. Whawo.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Imprint:
Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria : Kraft Books Limited, 2011.
Format:
  • Book
  • 216 p. ; 22 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Cultism in Nigerian schools: educational management implications and the way forward / C.A. Iloh & F.B. Ovri
  • Indiscipline among learners / Robinson A. Chukwuma
  • Frequent industrial action among teachers in Nigeria / Emperor Kpangban
  • Education for nomadic cattle rearers and migrant fishermen / Grace O. Abamba
  • Poor funding of education in Nigeria / Jolly Okoza
  • Teaching the digital children / D.O. Dibie
  • Planning education for the future / Daniel D. Whawo
  • Dwindling achievements in secondary English and mathematics / Friday Akporherhe
  • Alternative to practicals in tertiary education / J.N. Umeoduagu
  • Examination malpractice and the threat to quality education / Justina Eimuhi
  • Indecent dressing in Nigerian tertiary institutions / L.O.N. Onyesom and C.J. Iwegbu
  • Teachers and the war against corruption in Nigeria / Daniel D. Whawo
  • Poor attitude to academic work among learners / Joseph A. Ojogbane
  • Unwed teenage motherhood and education / Daniel D. Whawo
  • Poor maintenance of school infrastructure / Joseph A. Ojogbane
  • Conflict resolution and its implication for teachers / Daniel D. Whawo.
Contributor:
Joe, Andrew Ighofovwe.
Whawo, D. D. (Daniel Duwovwiji)
Subjects:
ISBN:
9789789180226
9789180225

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