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Title: Educational Benchmarks and Economic Recession in Nigeria: A Critical Analysis
Authors: Mainoma, Hauwa'u Mohammad
Oke, Tolutope Idowu
Danladi, Aminu, Abubakar
Keywords: Nigerian Educational System,
Educational Benchmark Critical Analysis
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: African Journal 0f Educational Assessors
Series/Report no.: Vol.3;No.3: Pp 139-144
Abstract: This paper discusses the effect of economic recession on standard of educational system in Nigeria. It gives an insight into the concept of economic recession and attempts a comprehensive description of the effect of economic recession on educational smem. 77w factors that cause recessions and details of the various periods of great recessions in the Nigerian educational system were also highlighted. Some studies on the ellect of economic recession On educational system in Nigeria v•ere reviewed. Secondary source of data collection method was employed through the use of published books, journals and periodicals. It was concluded that economic recession has direct effect on educational system benchmark since most of the parents live below the poverty line. It was therefore suggeSted among others that, schools should look inward to generate more funds to execute school programmes since the government grant,• subvention and allocations seemed to be going on the low side on yearly basis due to economic recession.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3409
ISSN: 2536-750
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