Nomadic education

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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

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The need for adequate functional English literacy and numeracy instruction for the herdsmen in Osun State in Nigeria arose as a result of the persistent clashes between the herdsmen and their neighbours. In all, 48 participants (22 adults and 26... More

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The study examined parenting styles on school attendance and academic performance of nomadic children in selected settlements in Nigeria. The study used 120 (44 male,76 female) pupils between the ages of 10 and 13 from eight government primary... More

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The paper examines government expenditure on nomadic education in Nigeria and the implications for achieving the M Gs. econdary data were used and the data were analyzed with the aid of descriptive statistics. The study revealed that government... More
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In recent years, educational policies for boys have not been given as much attention as those for girls in most countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Rural Nigerian nomadic boys are especially disadvantaged, considering their livelihood is based on a... More
Organisations
The Civil society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA) is a coalition of NGOs, CBOs and FBOs working on education issues in Nigeria. Forty (40) education NGOs came together in the run-up to the World Education Summit in Dakar in April 2000 to form the coalition. CSACEFA developed a core set of positions and attended the Dakar Summit to join in the call for quality education for all.
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Tens of millions of children around the globe who do not attend formal schooling are considered to be out of school. A sizable number of these out-of-school children learn in nonformal settings. Throughout several countries in Asia and Africa where... More
Journals
Published by African Educational Research Network (AERN - www.africanresearch.org), The African Symposium is an interdisciplinary, fully referred, online journal dedicated to the publishing the finest scholarship related to African (mostly Nigerian) educational and human development issues in all disciplines.