PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF MASS FAILURE AMONG BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS

PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF MASS FAILURE AMONG BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

In the Nigeria national policy on education (1981) it stated that school education should “equip students to live attentively in our modern age of business education”. In accordance with this aim of education, Boge (1979) has this to say, “one major educational problem is preparing the young people to cope with the intellectual and cultural environment characterized by rapid changes”, it is assumed that these young people should have some basic understanding for the English language.

Business education has continued to occupy its separate place and some time, it is often neglected in some schools even where the various branches of English language are taught they are done without regard for the basic requirement needed in spite of the effort made during the present decade by the federal and state government of Nigeria to give Business Education subject their role in education note much has been achieved in some schools and local government area. The effect of the deficiency in teaching Business Education in schools are particularly evident in developing countries such as Nigeria

STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

To which extent has the number of students per laboratory in Nigeria affected the effective teaching of Business Education?

In what way does inadequate use of instructional materials makes ineffective the teaching of Business Education?

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