Nigeria

By HALAOUI , Nazam, ATOLAGBE, , Samuel, ATOYEBI , Bamidele
The Nomadic Education Program (NEP) was designed to give nomads access to high-quality basic education. The study describes efforts to provide basic education to 3.1 million school-age children of the nomadic people of Nigeria. It elaborates on the...
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2005
By Makotsi, Ruth, MUSONDA, Flora
Although there has been an enormous expansion of publishing in Africa over the past decade, few countries are able to provide the full range of good quality, relevant material that a growing reading public requires. In the renewed struggle to combat...
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Book
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2000
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This document is the result of a study exploring the use of African languages in education and the policy experience of six African countries: Botswana, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, South Africa and Tanzania. The study was conducted by three African...
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Book
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1997
By BILLANY, Nigel, Paajanen, Timo, Syrjänen, Eero, Bgoya, Walter, Lujanen, Marita, Noonan, Richard
The quality of education depends to a large degree on the availability of textbooks. To what extent is this perception honoured by the actions of educational policy makers? Using research from a wide range of African countries, the authors examine...
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Book
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Year
1997

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