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Education Sector Governance Framework
Constant policy change
Management systems/ Capacity
Federal Interference (challenges of co management)
Way forward

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  1. 1. ESSPIN Kaduna CHINELO EZEOBIChallenges of Basic Education in Nig
  2. 2. Outline• Education Sector Governance Framework• Constant policy change• Management systems/ Capacity• Federal Interference (challenges of co management)• Way forward`
  3. 3. Basic Education Sector Governance Framework LGEA State Federal
  4. 4. Education sector Governance Framework• The relationship between education and development is well established such that education is a key index of development. It has been documented that schooling improves productivity, health and reduces the negative features of life.
  5. 5. Education sector Governance Framework• Section 18 of the Nigerian Constitution• National Policy on Education• Child Right Act• UBEC Laws• SUBEB Laws• Article17 – African Charter on Human and People Rights
  6. 6. Defining policy and legal framework• Increase policy making capacity at State level• Insufficient Research and replication of good practice• Change in government`
  7. 7. Management systems and Capacity• Poor Planning -Strategic plan• Weak organisational planning• Unclear roles and responsibilities• Poor accountability mechanisms- APER• Co- managing Basic Education by State and LGEA- role clarification• Poor individual capacity`
  8. 8. Way forward• Strategic planning• Corporate planning – performance based assessments• Public participation in basic education governance• Poor accountability mechanisms- APER• Manpower development• Robust M/E system• Strengthen co-ordination mechanisms`
  9. 9. www.esspin.org“Together we can deliver” - supporting learning opportunities for all children in Northern Nigeria

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