discuss any four factors that are responsible for the falling standard of education in Nigeria?
- dizwarLv 710 years agoFavorite Answer
1) military interference
2) inadequate funding
3) low morale
4) unemployment, especially among school graduates
5) teachers who are over-worked and under-paid
6) general unfair treatment regarding pensions and salaries
7) undeserved condemnation from the rest of the world
8) poor structural condition of the schools
9) lack of libraries, books, computers and other equipment needed by schools
10) outdated school supplies
11) impassable roadways leading to the schools
12) insufficient electricity, water, and similar resourcesSource(s): see sections D and E -- http://www.utexas.edu/conferences/africa/ads/1531....
- 6 years ago
Hi we are agree with dizwar but we must provide education such as in Greenoak International School Port Harcourt!
Greenoak International School Port Harcourt is an International School. GIS has a total population of over 355 highly motivated students. Greenoak admits children aged 5 years to 16 years from various corners of the globe. The school operates a hybrid curriculum consisting of the innovative International Primary Curriculum (IPC), British/American Curricula and the Nigerian curriculum. This provides a balanced education aimed at producing truly intelligent, skilful, motivated, confident and morally sound children.
Go and see this schoolSource(s): http://greenoakinternational.org/
- youngquistLv 44 years ago
a million. the USA sponsored dictatorship. 2. The oil agencies sucking up the peoples oil. 3. The oil organization sponsored militias commiting genocide on behalf of what we put in our tanks. 4. Oil polluting the delta and killing the food furnish.