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Fafunwa phenomenon in Nigerian education

J. B. Ipaye

Fafunwa phenomenon in Nigerian education

by J. B. Ipaye

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Published by Fafunwa Educational Foundation in [Lagos] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-36).

Statement[by Babatunde Ipaye].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2005/04839 (L)
The Physical Object
Pagination36 p. :
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4017873M
ISBN 109782900052
LC Control Number2001390378

  Poverty and lack of seriousness of students also contribute to the Nigerian education hindrances while the major problem is the rate of corruption in Ministry of Education that has great negative impact on the low standard of education across the nation (Fafunwa ; Sufuyan ). Author by: A. Babs Fafunwa Languange: en Publisher by: Routledge Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 47 Total Download: File Size: 46,8 Mb Description: Originally published in , a comprehensive history of Nigerian Education, from early times right through to the time of publication, had long been needed by all concerned with Education in Nigeria, students, teachers.

Fafunwa has received a great deal of recognition for his work both within Nigeria and abroad. He was Director, Comparative Africa Education Study Tour of East and Central Africa (   Another buddy, Fafunwa, the first Nigerian professor of Education, also had Igbo-in-laws. AGF was born on Novem , in Onitsha, to Ilorin Yoruba parents. Zik was born in.

Education is the bedrock of development and this is why Islam considers it a life-long phenomenon (i.e. from the cradle to the grave) which must be sought all over the world, be it even in China. Our late Prof. Aliyu Babatunde Fafunwa in his important book, History of Education in Nigeria The need to restructure education in Nigeria is. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. The Ife Primary Education Research Project ().".


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Fafunwa phenomenon in Nigerian education by J. B. Ipaye Download PDF EPUB FB2

No one was better qualified than Professor Fafunwa to provide such a book, and in doing so he gave due emphasis to the beginnings of Education in its three main stages of indigenous, Muslim and Christian Education.

Nigerian Education had been considered all too often as a comparatively recent phenomenon, but this book points out from the start.

No one was better qualified than Professor Fafunwa to provide such a book, and in doing so he gave due emphasis to the beginnings of Education in its three main stages of indigenous, Muslim and Christian Education.

Nigerian Education had been considered all too often as a comparatively recent phenomenon, but this book points out from the start Cited by: No one was better qualified than Professor Fafunwa to provide such a book, and in doing so he gave due emphasis to the beginnings of Education in its three main stages of indigenous, Muslim and Christian Education.

Nigerian Education had been considered all too often as a comparatively recent phenomenon, but this book points out from the start. Aliu Babatunde Fafunwa (23 September – 11 October ).

He was the first Nigerian Professor of Education. He was a Nigerian Educationist, Scholar and Former Minister for Education. As Minister, he was in charge of the biggest school system in Africa. He is known for his early writings on the need to re-appraise the inherited colonial epistemological system in Nigeria and to introduce Institutions: University of Nigeria.

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Originally published ina comprehensive history of Nigerian Education, from early times right through to the time of publication, had long been needed by all concerned with Education in Nigeria, students, teachers and educational administrators.

No one was better qualified than Professor Fafunwa to provide such a book, and in doing so he.Fafunwa was appointed the substantive Head of Department and acting Dean of the Faculty of Education. Three years later, inhe was promoted to professor and appointed substantive Dean of Education.

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American Journal of Educational Research. ; 3(6) doi: /education. Education in Nigeria is overseen by the Ministry of Education. Local authorities take responsibility for implementing state-controlled policy regarding public education and state schools. The education system is divided into Kindergarten, Primary education, Secondary education and Tertiary education.

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Le système éducatif s: 1. It appears most inappropriate that at a time when the Nigerian education community is still mourning one of its foremost icons, Professor Babs Fafunwa, the Nigerian authorities have chosen to continue their attack on the system of education which was introduced under the late Professor’s watch as Federal Minister of Education.

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