Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria

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Management of
Primary and Secondary
Education in
Nigeria

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Table of Contents:………………………………………………………iv Opening Address:Professor Ayodele Falase ……….………viii Welcome Address:Professor D.F. Elaturoti……………………x Goodwill Address:Professor E.G. Fagbamiye …………………xii Goodwill Address:J.B. Babalola ……………………………….xvi Management of Secondary School Education in Nigeria: Problems and Challenges — W.O. Ibukun .........…………………………………..1 The Organization and Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria — N.A. Nwagwu ........…………………………………………..17 Public Perception on Funding and Management of Primary Education in Nigeria: A Case Study of Benue and Nassarawa State

B.O. Ker & A. Okwori ......…………………………………..27 Provision and Management of School Facilities for the Implementation of Universal Basic Education (UBE) the Ogun State Experience —K. A. Salami...………………………………………………….41 Crisis in Primary Education Management in Nigeria: The Need for Urgent Reforms — J.K. Adeyemi & V.O. Igbineweka…………………………..51 Managing Libraries for Effective Services in Nigerian Schools —Ayodeji B. Fabunmi..…………………………………………63 Crucial Issues in the Management of Primary Education in Nigeria —D. O. Durosaro ………………………………………………73 Harnessing the Potentials of Stakeholders in the Development of Nigerian Educational System — O.A. Famade……………………………….81 The Role of the Head Teachers in School Plant Management and Maintenance —J.B. Ayodele …………………………………………………93 Provision and Management of Facilities for Primary Education in Nigeria —A. O. Akinsolu..........………………………………………..101 Provision and Management of Facilities in Primary Schools in Nigeria Implications for Policy Formulation — U.G. Emetarom............……..111 Providing Cost - Effective Education for Nigerians in the 21st Century —E. O. Fagbamiye ..…………………………………………….121 Government Take-Over of Schools from Voluntary Agencies and Moves to Return the Schools - A Critical Appraisal — M.A. Ogunu...........……..137 The Contribution of NGOs Towards Female Vocational Education in Nigeria —E.E. Uko-Aviomoh.........……………………………………….157 Voluntary Agency Participation in Funding Secondary Education in a Period of Socio-Economic and Political Stress in Nigeria

F.O. Afolabi......……………………………………………..173 Organization and Administration of Adult Literacy Centres
M. Borode......…………………………………………………185 Open and Distance Learning: A Strategy for the Development of Human Resources in Nigeria — Y. A. Fasasi........…………………………….193 National Open University of Nigeria: A Wasteful or Worthwhile Venture —C. I. Imhabekhai....…………………………………………..205 Organization and Management of Nomadic Education in Nigeria

C.A. Ahmed & I. O. Osokoya...……………………………….217 Planning a Distance Education Programme (DEP): A Proposal
A. O. U. Onuka.........……………………………………...227 Distance Education in Nigeria: Strategies for Teaching at a Distance —B.O. Emunemu.........……………………………………….243 The Role of Libraries and Information Centres in Distance and Open Learning in the Development of Nigeria Education

F.A. Fabunmi .........……………………………………………255 Community Participation in the Provision of Facilities in Secondary Schools in Nigeria — Adebola O. Jaiyeoba & A. I. Atanda...………………….263 Systemic Participation in the Management of Primary and Secondary Education in the Nigeria Plural Democracy

A. Ajewumi .........……………………………………………271 Decentralization as a Panacea for Nigeria's Education Misadventure —A. Ejiogu.……………………………………………………..291 Quality Assurance and Child-Friendly Strategies for Improving Public School Effectiveness and Teacher Performance in a Democratic Nigeria —J. B. Babalola....……………………………………………….303 Public Participation in Educational Policy-Making in Nigeria: Trends, Issues and Prospects — P. O. Okunola........…………………………….313 Effective School - Community Relations for Enhanced Community Participation in Nigerian Schools

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