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Title: Peace Education Programme in Nigerian Schools: Problems and Prospects
Authors: Ogundele, Micheal Olarewaju
Musa, Joseph Maina
Jimba, Daku Noah
Issue Date: Apr-2015
Publisher: Educational Research International
Series/Report no.: Vol. 4;No. 2: Pp. 125-129
Abstract: This paper examined the peace education programme in Nigerian schools, the major problems and prospects. The needed for peace education right from Nigerian schools and the strategies for integrating peace education was focused. The paper noted that peace education programme needs to be taught right from, schools and the society. It was finally concluded that the teaching of peace education in Nigerian schools, everyone is a stakeholder. It was recommended that the interpretation of peace education into the school curriculum will enhance effective teaching-learning of peace education culture, habits, attitude, and knowledge right from school system and the whole society will be peaceful.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/971
ISSN: 2307-3713
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