Nigeria Has The Highest Number Of Out of School Children, Says UN


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There is no doubt that education is one of the basic pillars of economic and national development. It is only by providing accessible and abundant learning opportunities that a nation can empower its communities to develop and prosper. However, currently the Nigerian education sector is suffering to a great extent primarily due to unstable governments, political disturbances, corruption and limited financial support. Hence, numerous academic experts and stakeholders opine that the academic sector will face further problems in case the current scenario continues.

Poor Education Practices

According to a new report published by UNESCO, Nigeria, along with Ethiopia, Pakistan and Chad are among the nations which are drastically off target for the 6 key academic goals which 164 nations agreed to accomplish 2000 and 2015. The study, which was launched in Santiago…

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