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Decrease in educational ability in Nigeria: Who can be wrong?


The term "decreasing educational quality" is a relative term since there are no well-defined tools for measuring the highest reliability and validity. That is why scientists' views on the concept change. These scientists view it in different perspectives, depending on the angle they all look at.

Babalola, A (2006) engages the products of the Nigerian University in the universities of developed countries. The first six Nigerian universities (Ibadan University, Ile Ife, Lagos, Benin, Nsukka and Zaria) are offered by Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford and the University of London for postgraduate courses. That these students are a record and when graduates are employed by the world's best multinational companies and corporations worldwide until today, where no Nigerian university belongs to the 6 largest universities in the world (Adeniyi, Bello (2008)). You clearly see how universities are contributing to knowledge and solving the problems of mankind. According to Gateway to the Nation (2010), Ibadan University is the world's 6,340. In Africa, at Ibadan University's 57th place, OAU 69 and South African universities are driving the way to Africa.

An English-language written and spoken English language test for the London University of West Africa research and the result showed that colonial-educated teachers were better than native teacher training [19659002

Education According to Dike, 2003, education contributes to public health (or to the social and political development of a nation)

The quality of education is based on external investigations, With the passing or failure of WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, JAMB, (NOW UTME).

Teachers without boarders (2006) are examining the educational standard and the result is measurable. Thus, the school leaves the society for cognitive emotional and psychomotor purposes. I will use students to refer students to students and students and call the lead teacher to the Director-General and the Lead.

In which way you can see the quality of education, to conclude whether a standard falls or not, you must take into account all the above mentioned variables, including the achievement of educational goals.

In the same way, when measuring justice, when measuring the measurements, reliability should be assessed where all measurable schools have the same infrastructure and teaching materials as the quality of teachers, the level and degree of students, the learning situation, certain forms of contribution.

The reasons for the abolition of norms

for education, I would like to apologize for some of the facts that fall under the standard of Nigerian education.

(1) Discipline: This is one exception to education when observing justice when properly observed

a. Repeat: The school no longer recognizes the repetition, as each student is classified into the next class whether they understand or fail to drop the falling norms.

b. Participants: 75% of the participation is universally accepted as the basis for the persons intending to take the exam.

c. Late Night: Late students are no longer punished, which loses the morning hours.

d. False Behavior: Students were no longer punished badly because of their parental influence (job loss or unnecessary relocation).

e. Cultism: This can refer to rituals, usually under oath, which binds members to a common course. They are hiding in the pursuit of their goals at the expense of other people. Thus, the design of secondary needs over primary needs

These cults are due to the excessive population of school students, due to misunderstandings based on merit, such as fear of failure and selfish secular profits

(2) rating: respect for Nigerians they hold the paper-based qualification over performance. Therefore, cognitive, emotional and psychomotor areas should be measured in the area. (3) Politicalization of education: interests are no longer considered "acquaintances" and not "techniques" are not appointed to the Commissioner for Education and Education (19659002) (4) Political Problem: Sometimes the government the effects on education are adversely affected by emissions. For example, the National College of Education is a National Education College (NCCE), which competes for JAMB's participation in the two guidelines.

Likewise WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, JAMB (currently UTME) prerequisites and access to higher education institutions

(5) Teachers not included in the examination bodies. The question arises whether a continuous evaluation submitted by teachers is used or not.

(6) Accessibility of schools: Nigerian population prosperity exceeded existing schools, as should existing schools have to admit

. practically in the following areas:

(i) The teacher / student ratio is 1:25 no longer than in my class, 1: 3900.

(ii) The ratio of students / books / journals 1:10 is no longer possible.
(19459003) (iii) Policy of recruitment: Schools can no longer set recruitment targets to meet their facilities, as robust records force school authorities to either admit or re-find them in the labor market. Yet those who write these records assume that they are building more schools or providing the necessary infrastructure, etc. To receive these records. [7] It is too dependent on the cognitive domain: schools do not provide affectionate domains that will shape young people's characters. Little attention is paid to the psychomotor, while the affective range is not paid attention. [8] Lack of educated teachers: rural schools only have government employees, while the other ones can be secondary school dropouts may be PTA staff. What wonder do these staff do? Dike, V. (2006) noted that in Nigeria only 23% of the 400,000 elementary schools at that time were in II. Degree, even if the NCE is now a minimum qualification for general and high school teachers.

(9) It is no longer news that politicians do not have a negotiating council to negotiate their wage growth.

(b) There is no difference between the political officials of the federal, state and local governments.

(c) Increase their salaries in an astronomical way.

(d) Wages will be increased at any time without the use of the nation's economy or not.

(e) Teachers, however, have to negotiate 10-20% of their salary, taking into account the national economy. How can these teachers contribute and act if their family members in hospitals and O.S. the syndrome is written by pharmacists on their cards while they have no money to handle them.

(10) Constant Strikes: This prevents the curriculum from being smoothly covered. Oefule (2009) explained that a Nigerian guest questioned the strike by the University of Oxford, but the vice president could not remember the strike, only the recorder remembered it 17 years earlier. This control is for people. [11] The long rule of the army; Education was poorly funded by military systems, as Babalola, A (2006) argues that the administration of Obasanjos inherited many of the military's problems, such as failure to pay and pay for retired university workers, poor pay for university staff, schools, outdated books, libraries of books, outdated laboratory equipment, poor campus roads, inadequate water and power, among others [12] In high schools and primary schools, even buildings have no less talk about furniture, equipment, and reading materials . This is the level where the basics of education need to be defined. All faulty foundations result in a defective structure. What does it matter of higher education?

(13) Lack of teacher training: Teachers are not trained to update their knowledge with the latest discoveries based on research, then how can they give what they do not have? [19659002] (14) Poor state of education: Dike V. (2006) shows that research results show that by 2015, primary schools in Nigeria do not have a building, but they are studying trees and talk less about the curriculum.

Corruption: School leaders and government officials or borrowers who do not have access to school or can not use or do not make such loans. [16] Education: The 2001 research work shows that only Nigeria, less than 20%, is spending on education and shows that Nigeria spends 0.76% on education, compared with Uganda 2.6 %, Tanzania3.4%, Mozambique 4.1%, Angola 4.9%, Coted Ivore 5% Kenya 6.5% and South Africa 7.9% Others


We have seen the defaulting norms, and for these reasons we can conclude that we must blame the following:

1. The government thinks that the lion's part is badly borne because all other variables are dependent variables.

Teachers also have the responsibility for their diligent tasks.

3rd Parents: Parents should provide food. This is because parents do not leave the schools without having to work without intervention

. Students: Students who do not respect school rules and rules and do not pay attention to their studies also contribute to the reduction of standards. Students also look for paper-based qualifications and neglect performance and participate in cult activities that inhibit the development of the academy.

5th You do not miss out on society as you see and respect the products of schools to be recycled.


Based on the above issues or reasons, the following solutions are offered: Schools should respect and restore discipline to regain the lost glory of educational quality.

Performance should be taken into account and respected not only in paper quality. Similarly, education should not be justified for political reasons.

Policy makers must respect the rules on education. I JAMB (UTME) regulations on recordings

Teachers should be involved in investigative activities and test bodies should always publish test reports and disseminate it to different schools to hold a school workshop for the training of subject teachers in the weaknesses observed in the students' script to track the marking system.

More schools need to be built to increase accessibility to all. Students should evaluate the cognitive, emotional, and psychomotor ranges.

Teachers 'welfare must be given priority by the government to avoid excessive strike in the education sector, while more educated teachers should be used to curb teachers' current shortages.

Our civilian government must demonstrate to people that they are better than the military government

Teachers need to be trained to meet every new challenge Educational facilities need to be upgraded to modern standards

Corruption as soon as possible should be eliminated for all stakeholders while the government needs to increase education spending to improve Nigerian education

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