Historical origins of persistent inequality in Nigeria (2016)

Belinda Archibong “Horizontal inequality by ethnic group has remained remarkably persistent for wealth, education, and access to certain services in Nigeria. While significant gains in the reduction of inequality and improvement in access have been made for more locally administered services, outcomes are stickier and largely divergent for wealth, education, and historically federally administered servicesContinue reading “Historical origins of persistent inequality in Nigeria (2016)”

“Historical Analysis of Educational Policies in Nigeria: Trends and Implications” (2018)

B. Daniel-Kalio International Journal of Scientific Research in Education, 11(2), 247-264. “After a critical review of relevant literature, examination of education ordinances and codes, National Policy documents and relevant documents of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the paper showed that different educational policies have been formulated since the colonial era to date. The paper reviewedContinue reading ““Historical Analysis of Educational Policies in Nigeria: Trends and Implications” (2018)”