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Author: Jonathan A Anyanwu
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Publisher: University Press of America (1977)
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Education in Nigeria is overseen by the Ministry of Education. Local authorities take responsibility for implementing state-controlled policy regarding public education and state schools

Education in Nigeria is overseen by the Ministry of Education. Local authorities take responsibility for implementing state-controlled policy regarding public education and state schools. The education system is divided into Kindergarten, Primary education, Secondary education and Tertiary education.

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Under this system, secondary schools consisted of junior and senior secondary schools with the junior secondary offering subjects such as English . Read Also: Top 20 Most Expensive Secondary Schools In Nigeria.

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The new secondary school curriculum was the reason for rumors because of new subjects. The reasons for such changes in new curriculum for secondary schools in Nigeria are still unknown.

The new secondary school curriculum was the reason for rumors because of new subjects. People were questioned about an exception of Christian Religious Knowledge course. Read on to find out more facts. New Nigerian curriculum for secondary schools. The changes gained the attention of society and federal government. READ ALSO: Nigerian Navy secondary school: how to enter?

Among variables investigated were the cultural relevance of the contents, the extent to which the objectives of tile programme are practically feasible and the availability of recommended instructional materials. Subjects for the study were 150 Senior Secondary School pupils in both Urban (ile-Ife) and Rural (Ibodi) areas respectively of former Oramiyan and Atakumosa Local Government Areas respectively

This era of curriculum development began in 1882 and it marked a significant milestone in Nigeria’s educational history.

This era of curriculum development began in 1882 and it marked a significant milestone in Nigeria’s educational history. From the year 1882, the Nigerian government started gearing efforts towards the development of the school curriculum. In that same year, the government implemented an Education Act with a Board of Education. In addition to the contributions of WAEC, the development of curricula at Nigerian schools was stimulated by several other factors including the moves made by several ministries of education at the regional level. The defunct Eastern Region, in 1959, conducted a revision of its curriculum for primary schools.

Corona Secondary School is a residential, co-educational school with the aim to create well-rounded students .

Corona Secondary School is a residential, co-educational school with the aim to create well-rounded students who are proudly Nigerian, able to express themselves and their culture in any environment either locally or internationally. The unique curriculum allows all students to study for local (NECO), regional (WAEC) and international (IGCSE) qualifications which equip them not just with the knowledge they will need in the future but also, the skills that will allow them to be life-long learners.

One school of curriculum theory, in fact . Related books and articles.

One school of curriculum theory, in fact, states that the achieved curriculum is the effective one. However, before this feat in curriculum is achieved, there are two other perspectives from which curriculum could be looked at: prescription (intended curriculum) and practice (implemented curriculum). The situation that arises from the problems above is inimical to the perceived or intended curriculum outcome of ESL in Nigerian secondary schools and even beyond the academic purpose in the larger society.

This secondary school has an enrolment of 4,322 students. Kaduna International School sited in Kaduna State comes as the 2nd best secondary in Nigeria. It is one school reputed for sending its students for excursion overseas every summer. This school’s official phone number is +234 52 258767 and its address is 218/220 Murtala Mohammed Way, Benin City, Edo State. ALSO READ: Typical Troubles Children Face at school. 2. Kaduna International School. This school has an enrolment of 3,000 students.

I graduated from Secondary school in Nigeria in 2007, and one of the things I wished schools offered were extra activities to aid learning

I graduated from Secondary school in Nigeria in 2007, and one of the things I wished schools offered were extra activities to aid learning. Debate club was cancelled, French club same, No sporting activities, (Only a few people ran when sports day was approaching) afternoons were spent having after school lessons and evening were for prep. At the end of the day students get back home with theories they don't even understand. It quite unfortunate many of the public school(funded by government) are the ones facing this problem (more)Loading.

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