Education crisis in Nigeria. A study on the governors' refusal to fund basic education


Essay, 2024

17 Pages


Abstract or Introduction

This study examined like the river carves a stone, a case study of State Governors refusal to pay counterpart fund for basic education in Nigeria. The study adopted an ex-port facto research design because it looked at past activities of the State Governors and relate them to the existing situation of basic education in Nigeria. A total of 66 participants who have adequate knowledge of government policies and implementations were employed for the study. A questionnaire was used as an instrument of data collection which was centered on issues of basic education funding in Nigeria. Expert validity and reliability analyses were done using content validity and split-half-reliability text techniques. The collated data were analyzed by percentage frequency distribution, means scores, and chi-square. The findings of this study highlight possible measures that seem to encourage the 36 States of Nigeria on adequate measures for funding basic education in Nigeria.

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Title
Education crisis in Nigeria. A study on the governors' refusal to fund basic education
Authors
Year
2024
Pages
17
Catalog Number
V1438763
ISBN (eBook)
9783346997340
ISBN (Book)
9783346997357
Language
English
Keywords
Basic education Nigeria, education funding, federal states of Nigeria, education policy, state, governors, refusal, pay, funds, basic, education, nigeria
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Timothy Okpeku (Author)Prof. Julius Omonzuanvbo Ihonvbere (Author), 2024, Education crisis in Nigeria. A study on the governors' refusal to fund basic education, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1438763

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