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Title: A Survey of the Implementation of Two Early Childhood Education Policies in Plateau State
Authors: Haggai, Mary Plangnan
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Journal of OMEP
Series/Report no.: Vol 11;No. 1; Pp 1-9
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to find out the implementation of the policy of establishing preprimary sections in public primary schools and the implementation of the national policy on Integrated Early Childhood Development in Plateau State. Fifteen Schools chosen through chance sampling were selected from five local government areas of the state. Seven research questions were raised. Observation and interview were used to collect data from headmasters/headmistresses of public preprimary schools. Analysis of data shows that the policy on establishment of preprimary sections in public primary schools has achieved 12.6 % implementation in Plateaus State and that integrated policy has been weakly implemented as the nutrition, health, social services are not adequately taken care of in the implementation. It was then recommended that government through the department of Early Childhood Education in the State Universal Education Board (SUBEB) should monitor the implementation of the policies as well as provide funds, political will, staff training and encourage community involvement to ensure full implementation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1321
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