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|Title: ||Achieving Qualitative Education in Nigeria through a Collaborative Responsibility.|
|Authors: ||Sule, M. N.|
Bature, J. N.
|Issue Date: ||2005|
|Publisher: ||Journal of Educational Studies.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 2;No.1; Pp 167-171|
|Abstract: ||The development of any nation requires a
collective responsibility. It is especially so in a declining economy. Provision of qualitative education has been identiﬁed as the propelling force for any sustainable development. It is thus, imperative that the provision of qualitative education to the citizenry is a collective responsibility of stakeholders in education. The paper therefore examines the circumstances of
provision of primary education in Nigeria vis-a-vis the ideals for achieving qualitative primary education. The emerging trend of ‘and the need for collaboration of stakeholders in the provision of qualitative primary education is highlighted. The focus being identiﬁcation of the stakeholders
required to collaborate, the cost of provision of education, how to share the cost, and scheduling implementation for achieving the required results.|
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