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|Title: ||A Panacea for Teachers’ Conflict In the Implementation of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) Programme in Nigeria|
|Authors: ||Sule, M. N.|
|Issue Date: ||Oct-2008|
|Publisher: ||Nigerian Journal of Sociology of Education.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 2;No. 2; Pp 53-58|
|Abstract: ||Nigeria has battled for so many years with the question of falling standard in education. The situation appears to stem profoundly from incessant crisis as a result of teachers’ conﬂict in the education system which has adversely aﬂected the attainment of high academic standards.
This paper x- rays the evolution and the occurrences of teachers’ conflict in Nigeria's educational
system. Government approaches at the various stages of conﬂicts aimed at providing resolutions
are examined while suggestions meant to remedy the situation to give a sound and sustainable UBE programme implementation are proffered.|
|Appears in Collections:||Educational Foundation|
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