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    : First hour Public library Academic library National library School library Special library Second hour Pre-colonial information services Study Questions: 3 1. What are the functions of academic Libraries? 2. Describe the importance of National Library of Nigeria to socio-economic developments? 3...
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  • The English Language, a Sine Qua Non for Nation Building
    The English Language, a Sine Qua Non for Nation Building By Nneka Umera-Okeke (Mrs) Department of English Language and Literature Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe P.M. B. 1734, Onitsha Anambra State, Nigeria E-mail: nne.supreme@yahoo.com A Paper Presented to the Students of...
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  • Education Expenditure and Economic Growth in Nigeria
    edition). Oxford, England: Claredon Uwadia, S.M. (2010). Importance of Education in Nigeria. Journal of sociology and Education in Africa, 23(19), 326-342. World Bank (2002). Public expenditure on education in Nigeria : issues, estimates and some implications (Information series No. 11). Abuja, Nigeria: Hincifle, K....
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  • problems affecting nigeria
    society must develop a culture of relative openness, in contrast to the current bureaucratic climate of secrecy. Finally, the merit system should be adopted in employment and distribution of national resources, etc. The importance of education to human beings cannot be overemphasized. Globally...
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  • Factors Militating Against the Implementation of Early Childhood Education as a Grass Root for Sustainable Peace in Nigeria.
    public schools, if we must consider the less privilege children as also having the right to early childhood education. This paper therefore examined the concept of early childhood education, brief history of the programme by different educationist, its importance, the factors militating against it...
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  • Features of Ube
    youth." (Wennergreen, Antholt, and Whitaker 1984, 34). The importance of education in Nigeria is evident from the large budgetary allocation in the national Development Plans. The government of Nigeria believes that learning is the primary means of upgrading the socioeconomic condition of the rural...
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  • The Role of Organization in Social Development
    levels of Nigeria's economy but for the purpose of this discourse and it's limit to space we shall consider organization in the following realms: the agricultural sector, the educational sector, the banking sector and transportation. Organisation and Administration of Education System in Nigeria...
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  • Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria
    . O. Durosaro Furthermore, there is an emerging issue of great importance in the management of primary education in Nigeria. This is that of restructuring the level by expanding it to accommodate both the early childhood care and the pre-primary education curriculum. This is now a burning issue in...
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  • Child Labour in the Nigerian Economy
    , barbers and hairdressers (Hodges, 2001). Child begging is especially widespread in Northern Nigeria. The almajiranci system of semi-formal koranic education has come to rely on child pupils begging to support their mallam, or Islamic teacher. Commercial sexual exploitation of children is common in...
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  • Importance of Information and Communication Technologies (Icts) in Making a Heathy Information Society: a Case Study of Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria
    Library Philosophy and Practice 2008 ISSN 1522-0222 Importance of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Making a Heathy Information Society: A Case Study of Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria Monday Obaidjevwe Ogbomo Esoswo Francisca Ogbomo Department of...
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  • Language Attitude in Nigeria
    caused Nigerians tp preference of the English language to their indigenous language, English has now become the language of authority in Nigeria today due to its importance. Nigerians have developed a positive attitude towards the English language and with this pertinent to state that the English...
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  • Multilingualism
    as the development of a National Policy on Education and the drafting of a Constitution for the country. It is in connection with these two documents, i.e. the National Policy on Education and the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria that we can talk about language policy and planning...
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  • Effect of Early Marriage
    marriage, but this is not being enforced. The Federal Government of Nigeria and the 19 Northern States Government have introduced initiatives to tackle early marriage and its impact on education (e.g.public sensitisation on girls’ reproductive health and rights and the importance of allowing girls to...
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  • Administrative Problems Associated with 6-3-3-4 System of Education
    gaps have combined with frequent teachers' strikes and absenteeism in recent years to weaken the capacity of the institutions to deliver sound primary education. 77 D. O. Durosaro Furthermore, there is an emerging issue of great importance in the management of primary education in Nigeria. This...
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  • Testing the Effects of Human Capital Stock and Accumulation on Economic Growth in Nigeria
    poverty and greater inequality in the distribution of income. The importance of human capital development gained reasonable attention, starting with the seminal papers of economic scholars in the 50’s and 60’s (Blaug, 1976). In response to the increasing knowledge, Nigeria joined the League of...
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  • Differnt Fruits and What Trhy Do to the Human Body
    ABSTRACT This paper seeks to identify the importance of Information Communication Technology (ICT) development in human capital development in Nigeria as it is a major driving force for not just human capital development but for sustaining development in Nigeria and the world in general. It also...
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  • Nigerian Student
    AS A NIGERIAN STUDENT WHAT BOTHERS ME THE MOST ABOUT THIS COUNTRY A student is a person who is studying for a degree, diploma etc at a University or some other place of higher education or technical training. An indigene of Nigeria undergoing such training is called a Nigerian Student...
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  • Tertiary Educational System: to What Degree Does Studying in Germany Contribute to the Employability of Nigerian Students Once Back in Nigeria
    1. Introduction 2. Tertiary Educational System 2.1 Tertiary Educational System in Nigeria 2.1.1 Primary Education in Nigeria 2.1.2 Secondary Education in Nigeria 2.1.3 Tertiary Education in Nigeria 2.2 Tertiary Education System in Germany 3.1 Employability Skills necessary in...
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  • Primary School Enrollment and Gender Gap in Nigeria
    education for both boys and girls. Nigeria already believed and had set up steps for educating all her children of school age before the March, 1990 World Declaration on Education For All. Attempts at both State and Federal levels in Nigeria to introduce universal primary education date back to the 1950s...
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  • Qiraad Mudharabah
    of quality candidates into secondary schools; and review of secondary education curriculum. Key words: Provision, secondary, education, secondary education, Nigeria, challenges, way forward. INTRODUCTION The importance of secondary education in educational system cannot be overemphasized. Apart...
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