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IMPACT OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page                                                                                          i        

Certification                                                                                      ii

Dedication                                                                                         iii      

Acknowledgement                                                                             iv

Table of Contents                                                                             v

Abstract                                                                                            viii

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Background of the study                                                                                     

Statement of the Problem                                                                          

Purpose of the Study                                                                       

Research Questions                                                                          

Research Hypotheses                                                                       

Significance of the Study                                                                           

Scope of the study                                                                                     

Limitation of the study                                                                              

Definition of terms                                                                                              

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATUREREVIEW

CHAPTER THREE

METHODOLOGY

Research Design                                                                                        

Area of Study                                                                                  

Population of the Study                                                                   

Sample and Sampling Techniques                                                   

Research Instrument                                                                                 

Validity of the Instrument                                                                

Reliability of the Instrument                                                            

Method of Data Collection                                                               

Method of Data Analysis.                                                                

CHAPTER FOUR

DATA PRESENTATION AND INTERPRETATION OF RESULT

Results                                                                                             

Testing of Hypotheses                                                                     

Discussion of findings                                                                      

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

Summary                                                                                         

Conclusion                                                                                       

Recommendations                                                                                     

REFERENCES  

APPENDIX

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Background to the Study

Nigeria’s ability to realize her vision of becoming one of the largest twenty economies in the world by the year 2020 is largely dependent on the capacity to transform her population into highly skilled and competent citizens capable of competing globally. The education sector is consequently pivotal to the actualization of the current national and global policy objectives. Nigeria want to use education as a tool for fostering development of all Nigeria’s citizens to their full potentials in the promotion of a strong, democratic, egalitarian, prosperous, indivisible and indissoluble sovereign nation under God. The broad objectives of secondary schools are to prepare the individuals for useful living with the society and for higher education (NPE, 2004). Public secondary schools alone cannot meet the educational needs of the teaming population of the country. This is because many public secondary schools in Nigeria are characterized by inadequacy of infrastructure and personnel, declining standard, prevalent of cultism, examination malpractices and maladministration. To achieve the objectives of secondary education as highlighted in National Policy on Education (2004), government recognized that education is an expensive social service that requires adequate financial provisions from all tiers of government, private sector, communities, individuals and other organizations for successful implementation of education programmes. Secondary Education in Nigeria is aimed at promoting a progressive and united Nigeria. It is expected to function as a preparation for life and for higher education. Secondary education in Nigeria is one of the levels of education for the achievement of the philosophy and objectives of Nigerian Education as highlighted in the National Policy in Education (2004). The objectives include: a free and democratic society; a just and egalitarian society; a united, strong and self reliant nation; a great and dynamic economy and a land of bright and full opportunity for all citizens. The policy stated that the quality of instruction at all levels has to be oriented towards inculcating the values among others: respect for the dignity of labour, and shared responsibility of the common good of the society. Government recognized the importance of education in the realization of the above five important objectives of education and so asks for the cooperation of all other agencies concern with education. This, the policy believed will foster the much needed unity in Nigeria. The policy is not only confident that education is the greatest force that can bring about redress in these areas but also, the greatest investment that the nation can make for quick development of its economic, political, sociological and human resources. However, there seem to be a persistent and wide-spread loss of confidence in public educational institutions. As Ajayi (2000) noted, it is still observed that public education today has been faced with various challenges ranging from mismanagement of allocated resources, to falling academic standards. Other important reasons for loss of confidence in our educational system include poor planning and consistent lack of investment in the education system. This had led to a near collapse of the system living the education infrastructure in an appalling and dilapidated state.

Statement of the Problem

Secondary education level has experienced a tremendous development over the past five decades in terms of number and enrolments. The grammar and comprehensive high schools gave way to the 6-year junior and secondary school system all over the country. The boost in enrolment has necessitated the establishment of new schools in both rural and urban areas. School size has grown beyond elastic limit to the extent that some schools have more than 2000 students and more than 100 teachers3. The school attendance shift system of morning and afternoon has given way to large compounds schools with several buildings. Inadequate provision of appropriate instructional materials continues to militate against quality teaching. Currently the 6-3-3-4 education system has also been reviewed in such a way that junior secondary segment is now part of the UBE scheme. Consequently in public schools, there are schools without classrooms, classroom without chairs and tables, science schools without laboratories, and laboratories without chemicals, schools without libraries and libraries with books older than the parents of the readers

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