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Nigeria’s Education Policy is quite laudable yet her investments in education are not too rewarding considering the deteriorating educational standards. No matter how laudable education policies/programmes are, poor implementation would lead to... More

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The concerns for education sustainability have prompted debates, brainstorming, dialogues and legislations world over. The outcome of these endeavors has, in a way, favored the reduction of ‘unemployment and unemployables’ syndromes and... More

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The paper examined issues that will bring about a successful implementation of Universal Basic Education (UBE) at post primary school level. The Nigerian government had to change to UBE following the high rate of unemployment with the previous... More

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The synthesis report summarises the main findings and conclusions of the four case studies of teacher education policies in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa (SA), and Uganda. In particular, it explores similarities and differences, challenges and... More

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ESSPIN is a complex, ambitious, high risk, basic education programme. With a UK-DFID investment of £83.5 million between 2008 and 2014, its success will be judged on its ability to make significant inroads in to Nigeria’s education access,... More

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This Local Drivers of Change study (L-DoC) outlines the findings from the political economy assessments of Jigawa and Miga LGA. This is a stand-alone study which has been conducted as a part of the assessments undertaken during the inception... More

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This report contains a detailed account of all the activities undertaken by the National Commission for Nomadic Education from January to December, 2012 with a specific emphasis on its achievements and constraints. The report provides an insight... More