Abstract or Introduction
The main objective of this study was to examine the perceptions of teachers, school administrators, faculty members, and department chairs on the strategic aspects of the Taiwanese educational system lessons for Nigeria. The study sifted through the debates surrounding the Nigerian education system. Compulsory 12-year schooling, higher education, teacher education, special education, arts education, supplementary, and continuing education were also examined as strategic aspects of the Taiwanese education system.
Because the study sought to view only Taiwanese teachers, school administrators, faculty members, and department chairs about the strategic aspects of the Taiwanese education system, an ex-post facto research design was deemed most appropriate for the study. A questionnaire checklist was used in the study to elicit the perceptions of 179 teachers, school administrators, faculty members, and department chairs in public institutions in Taiwan. The instrument was reviewed by experts for content validity. Based on the judge’s understanding of the strategic aspects of the Taiwanese education system, their views and opinions were sufficiently qualified to provide insight into the reliability of the instrument. Data were analyzed using percent frequency, means, standard deviation, and Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient (PPMC).
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- Dr. Timothy Oziegbe Okpeku (Author), 2022, Strategic Aspects of the Taiwanese Educational System and Lessons for Nigeria, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1307444