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|Title: ||Perceiving the Demands of the Philosophy of Nigerian Education within a Social Context|
|Authors: ||Sule, M. N.|
Okam, C. C.
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2011|
|Publisher: ||Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 9;No.1; Pp 379-390|
|Abstract: ||The Nigerian philosophy of Education is the most veritable base upon which the Nigerian society rests. It craves for the integration of the individual into a sound and effective citizen for a sustainable society. Thus, the philosophy is desirous to localize the school curriculum for the purpose of inculcating in the youths useful and practical skills to appreciate manual labour and for community realities. The paper therefore has provided guidelines regarding the purpose of Nigerian education at a variety of levels with particular reference to primary and secondary education, university education, teacher education as well as women's education.|
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