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  • 1. Saving the falling standard of the Nigerian Education Sector: The Media’s Role
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    • That the Nigerian education system is dwindling in standard is to state the obvious:
      • Outdated education policy (since in the 70s)
      • In the past 10 years, schools in Nigeria have closed 71 times, due to strikes and industrial actions
      • O’level result are abysimally poor (1.8% pass NECO 2009)
      • inadequate funding
      • shortage of qualified teachers
      • dearth of facilities as well as classroom congestion and dilapidated structures
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    • Saving the Nigerian education system is a holistic affair. This ranges from policy on the government side, and behavioural change from the people’s angle
    • Like Gamaliel Onosode said “changing of mindset of Nigerians is the solution to the problem of the dwindling standard of education in Nigeria.”
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