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Title: History Curriculum Implementation in Nigerian Secondary Schools: Reminisences of the Role of Monitoring and Evaluation
Authors: Maigoro, Lazarus Luka
Sanda, Yakubu Yusufu
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Lafia Journal of Education
Series/Report no.: Vol.1;No.2; Pp 22-29
Abstract: Monitoring and evaluation is a crucial aspect of any endeavor for success. The history curriculum in the Nigerian secondary school setting has suffered serious neglect in relation to its proper implementation. This neglect in schools manifests in terms of lack of personnel, instructional materials, unfavourable government policy, infrastructure and the issue of funding. These have affected the implementation of the history curriculum negatively. This paper explored the role of monitoring and evaluation in ensuring that the issues of adequate staffing, instructional materials, physical facilities, unfavourable government policy and funding are addressed for the proper implementation of the history curriculum at the secondary school level. The various ways forward such as recruitment of staff with education and history background, and provision of funds to acquire instructional materials and infrastructure for archives were put forward.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3495
ISSN: 2714 -514-X
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