2 edition of Reforms in higher education in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Reforms in higher education in Nigeria
University of Maiduguri. Faculty of Education. National Conference
by Awemark, for Faculty of Education, University of Maiduguri in [Maiduguri, Nigeria]
Written in English
|Statement||[edited by] Fajonyomi A.A., Njodi, I.A.|
|Contributions||Fajonyomi, A. A., Njodi, I. A., University of Maiduguri. Faculty of Education|
|LC Classifications||LA1633 .U53 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 203 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||2009451508|
History of the development of higher education in Nigeria. The history of the development of higher education in Nigeria will be incomplete without consideration of the report of Ashby commission and its role in the nation’s education development. According to fafunwa(),higher education in Nigeria moved into its second phase of development with the /5(10). "The Struggle to Reform Our Colleges provides an insightful, balanced analysis of the problems facing higher education and does an excellent job offering the background needed to understand the issues. Bok reviews the arguments for increasing postsecondary educational attainment with a strong focus on the quality of education and what students Cited by: 1.
The government of Nigeria recently initiated higher education policy reforms intended to bring its university system more in line with international good practices. The reforms promote increased institutional autonomy, greater system differentiation, strengthened governance, and mechanisms for quality assurance. They seek to create a more flexible and responsive system of Cited by: The Universal Basic Education (UBE) Programme was introduced in Nigeria in September, Following this, in the Federal Government of Nigeria, through the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) developed and introduced the 9-Year Basic Education Curriculum (BEC) in schools by realigning all extant Primary and Junior Secondary School Curricula to meet the .
First and foremost, when considering the type of educational reform that is necessary, it is important to remember that in Nigeria, access to a good education is a Constitutional right, not a. The historiography of higher education in Nigeria has not fully accounted for Alan Pifer's crucial contributions in reforming the elitist British higher education tradition in colonial Nigeria. Through qualitative analysis of mostly primary sources acquired from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library in Columbia University, this article argues that Pifer was one of the influential architects of Cited by: 2.
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Promoting the fundamental values of integrity in planning and processing higher education reforms in Nigeria / Olabisi Olasehinde-Williams (p.
Professionalisation of teaching in Nigeria: role of school administrators, teachers, and continuing education in a climate of educational reform / A. N Okorie (p. A Brief Review of Governance Reforms in Higher Education in Nigeria. To achieve sustainable transformation in higher education in Nigeria therefore, its educational system must be highly.
Published for the National Universities Commission in Nigeria, this book is the outcome of a National Summit on Higher Education, which took place in Nigeria in The summit was convened by the Ministry of Education with the support of Unesco.
Reforms and Higher Education in Nigeria The most visible aspect of the recent Nigerian education reforms was in higher education. And although the anticipated Tertiary Consolidation innovation has been scrapped, it is my intention to look at why it would not have worked in the first instance.
Nigeria’s Education landscape tweaking to greater reforms. THE backbone of every nation, the world over, is education. This is because no nation can develop beyond its investment in education. It would be right, therefore, to state that the development of any country is directly proportional to the development of its education sector.
In doing so, the book provides a comprehensive picture of the intersecting and diverse discourses of globalisation and policy-driven reforms in higher education.
Reforms in higher education in Nigeria book Representing scholarly research on major discourses in the field of higher education reforms, the book draws upon recent studies in the areas of globalisation, equality, and the role of the state in higher education reforms.
The book will therefore aim to improve the information on Romanian higher education reforms, as well as on the concrete evidence-based policy proposals which could be transformed into future policy solutions in the Romanian higher education g: Nigeria.
The Case Studies of Education Reform in Nigeria especially the junior section, is more The National Policy of Education (FRN, ), perhaps is the main reform/innovation in Nigeria post-independent educational development. It was commonly referred to as the education system which replaced the previous 6 -5 2 3 system.
For the educational system in Nigeria therefore to be relevant to the needs of individual and the society, there must be radical changes in our educational system in terms of curricular content, methodology and instructional materials.
It is only through educational reform strategy. Lagos — The trumpet of reforms in the higher education sub-sector has been blaring in Nigeria for sometime now without the reformers addressing the issues of the application of inappropriate. Since reform was first mooted inthe numbers of young people going on to higher education have increased dramatically – up from 2 per cent in the early s to over 13 per cent at present, and a higher system that was once comprised entirely of small, specialised institutions has been transformed into one in which the leading universities are large, multidisciplinary and progressively developing a.
EDUCATIONAL REFORMS IN NIGERIA: SUCCESSIVE YEARS OF INCONSISTENCES AND CONFUSIONS. Educational reforms emanate from the basic conviction that considerable progress can be made in a nation by its people through careful engineering of the educational process.
The purposes of this publication are to record the experiences of the University of Dar es Salaam's reform programmes initiated in the early s' and to present information and the positive aspects of the reform programmes to other African universities or other institutions of higher education in developing countries, so that they may pursue their own programmes without re-inventing the wheel.
Reforms in higher education: culture and control in the Middle East / K.E. Shaw Crisis in the public universities in Kenya / Daniel N. Sifuna -- Revitalizing university education in Africa: addressing what is and what is not an issue from Kenya's perspective / Okwach Abagi -- Starting from the now classical book by Ladislav Cerych and Paul Sabatier (), the editors present a critical appreciation of that initial work and a review and critical appraisal of current empirical policy research in higher g: Nigeria.
The go vernment of Nigeria recently initiated higher education policy reforms intended t o bring its university system more in line w ith international good practices.
The r eforms pro mote increased. Global Trends in Higher Education Reform: What Lessons for Nigeria. 'Jimi O. Adesina* Abstract The crisis that engulfed the higher education sector in many developing countries from the mids in many ways epitomised a much wider socio-economic and political crisis.
In much of Africa the balance of payment crisis compounded an. Motionless Points in Chaos: Education Reforms, Innovations and the Challenges for Higher Education in Nigeria. This volume contains a comprehensive international discussion of the state of the art of implementation analysis in higher education and an extensive review of relevant recent literature.
Starting from the now classical book of Ladislav Cerych and Paul Sabatier (), "Great Expectations and Mixed Performance: the implementation of higher education reforms in Europe", Reviews: 1. Like most other developing countries, Nigeria is undergoing rapid economic, social and political reforms.
Some thirty years ago, the Nigerian education sector could be said to be manual-driven but fast forward to some technological advancements and national policy reforms later, there’s the electronic or automatic-driven system of education in Nigeria with the e-Books, e-Classrooms, e.
IIEP carried out a research study to analyse these reforms and understand their effects on the governance of higher education at institutional and national levels.
Through in-depth studies in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa, this book explores how the reforms affected the governance and management of higher education. 1. Introduction The Need for Teacher Education The Ideal Teacher Education A history of Teacher Education in Pre-Colonial Nigeria: An Overview Teacher Education Reforms in Colonial Nigeria: A Review of the Phelp-Stokes Commission’s Report of The Ashby Commission and Development of Teacher Education in Nigeria Regionalization and Teacher Education .Reforms and Higher Education in Nigeria The most visible aspect of the recent Nigerian education reforms was in higher education.
And although the anticipated Tertiary Consolidation innovation has been scrapped, it is my intention to look at why it would not have worked in the first instance.
In this keynote address.