Trying to become an elementary teacher, I have realized that… Sex education in public schools has been one of the most controversial topics in Ontario in recent months. Having sex education in public schools allows students to have proper education and information about body parts, senses, and functions, and stages of development. Political leaders and the rich should stop sending their wards out of the country for studying. This implies that the standard of education across states differs depending on the quality each state can deliver. A Nigerian study points out that considering its income per capita only, nothing has changed since 1970.
But these are more long term goals and represent gains that haven't been very attractive to new bankers. They are the gate keepers. In many ways this implies more government intervention, at least to invest in basic infrastructure such as roads and cheap public transportation so that people are given the opportunity to go to town and sell their crops. Most of these women were married, often had children, and relied on family members or friends as role models. The most dominant barriers are currently , , religious beliefs, , and poor school facilities. Imperialism, Academe and Nationalism: Britain and University Education for Africans, 1860—1960 London: Frank Cass, 1997.
Stratified random sampling technique was used to draw Four hundred respondents from the four selected Universities as the Sample used for the Study. Yes, but it did more in shaping my thinking on Problems! I know we can achieve this, let us all work together. There is overpopulation as new students are admitted every year with no adequate plans for the erection of buildings and facilities. The African Experience with Higher Education Accra: Association of African Universities, 1996. Nigeria runs a federation system so the Nigerian education system is overseen by Ministry of Education. A complete review of the curriculum is imperative to upscale standards and the Nigerian child must begin the process of internalising the Nigerian dream, with a view to living it, through the philosophical framework of an education system that includes vigorous re-introduction of history and civic education. We cannot throw away our present teachers, but we have to train and develop them When we address the issue of education, when our government commits money and revamps our university, revamps our colleges of education and puts the right people in the right places, they will start producing good products.
As it stands now, students in Nigeria can pursue either a National Technical Certificate or an Advanced National Technical Certificate. No wonder Karl Marx said that the society will always be in status quo. It is a sad practice that teachers have to take industrial actions before they get their salaries. Reducing rural poverty will require targeted development programs rather than nationwide ones. It was found that standards have fallen at all levels of education, with the tertiary level being most hit, followed by secondary, and least, primary level. The failures to properly implement a national approach to worker's education has roots in the political instability of the country.
Now to the set of Nigerians who believe that the teachers are responsible for the poor standard of education in the country here is a question for you : Who employed the teachers in question? Private schools also offer computer science, French, and Fine Arts. But it has to be fed from the lower levels. Teachers in Nigeria today are poorly trained and many of those who take up teaching do so due to the absence of employment opportunities in preferred areas, not necessary because of motivation. However, although education is what allows the civilized world to keep running, it is often found neglected. The six years spent in primary school and the three years spent in junior secondary school are merged to form the nine in the 9-3-4 system.
Each teacher will choose and attend two workshops that fit the work he or she does or choose the ones that matches his or her area of interest. What is frustrating is that Nigeria does have the financial resources to fight corruption and develop proper law enforcement agencies. In addition, teachers are not accorded any respect and are treated badly in Nigeria. The rich will become richer while the poor poorer. But we can not continue to discredit our teachers by undervaluing them.
As unsolvable as this problem may seem, if proper measures are put in place, implemented and well monitored, more children will be enrolled in schools, hence bringing the drop-out syndrome to a reasonably minimal percentage if not totally eliminating it. But if the right equipments, facilities, aids and learning materials are provided, even if the teachers are not First Class graduates, the standard of education will be raised and improved within the shortest possible time. This study discovered that the Standard of Federal Universities in Northwest Zone of Nigeria has not fallen but the quality is declining gradually. Experienced teachers should be employed. Current challenges for the enforcement of these systems includes a shortage of teachers, poor statistics on the labour market needs, and outdated curriculum and technology at vocational training centers. Nigeria is a country blessed with a lot of mineral resources in abundance. Core subjects are: English; mathematics; Economics; Civic Education; one or more electives out of biology, chemistry, physics or integrated science; one or more electives out of English literature, history, geography or social studies; agricultural science or a vocational subject which includes: Commerce, food and nutrition, technical drawing or fine arts.
For instance take a look at the standard of education in state and government schools, the standard of education in the state and government schools are of low and poor standards although they are owned and provided by the government. Nigeria Primary School Enrolment by state in 2013 Primary education begins at around age 3 for the majority of Nigerians. Many Nigerians are castigating teachers for the poor standard of education in the country while others are blaming the Government and some blame the parents. Lack of dedication of teachers This is a direct effect of the poor welfare of the teachers. And I worked at the Institute of Education, University College, London. Exorbitant money is paid as school fees and all sorts of levy fees.
Both now and historically, girls have disproportionately experienced the impacts of this destabilization. There should be a consensus between the union leaders and the government. First, politics are openly deemed the best way to become rich before any political agenda whatsoever. These teachers who face the challenges daily know the problems. Vocational education is now available to students in Nigeria beginning at the secondary level, and the Nigerian government has declared its dedication to improving technical and vocational education through a number of commissions and programs.