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Achieving improved funding of universal basic education in Nigeria through community efforts

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  1. Abstract
  2. Introduction
  3. Universal Basic Education, in Context
  4. Universal Basic Education: Scope and Objectives
  5. How Community Can Contribute to the Funding of Universal Basic Education
  6. Summary and Conclusion

Universal Basic Education (UBE) program was launched in Nigeria in 1999, to increase the access of the children of school age to basic education. There is no doubt that adequate funding of the program is germane in view of the experiences of the past, particularly with regards to the collapse of the Universal Primary Education in western and eastern regions in 1955 and 1957 respectively. Successful implementation of the UBE program has thus becomes imperative. This paper examines the various areas whereby the community can contribute to the funding of UBE program in Nigeria so that it can achieve its desired objectives.

[...] This Paper highlighted the areas through which communities in Nigeria can participate in the funding of the much-celebrated Universal Basic Education (UBE) program. It is hoped that adoption and implementation of the strategies by various communities in Nigeria would make the program achieve its objectives. References Adelabu, M.A 2000). Panacea for Democratization of Education in Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Management 51-68 Adesina, S (1977). Planning and Educational Development in Nigeria. Lagos: Educational Industries Limited. Alayideino, S.O (1991) Primary Education and the 6-3-3-4 National Policy on Education: Experience So Far and Future Prospects. [...]

[...] Federal Ministry of Education (2003).Education Sector Status Report. Abuja: Government Press. Federal Ministry of Education (2007) Statistics of Education in Nigeria: 1999-2005. Abuja, Nigeria: Federal Government Press Nwagwu, N.A (1998).Management, Structure and Financing of Education in Nigeria In State of Education in Nigeria. Abuja: UNESCO Regional Office. Obanya, P.A.I (2000) Federal Republic of Nigeria. Implementation Guidelines for the Universal Basic Education (UBE) Program in J.A Aghenta & O. Awanbor. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Congress of Nigerian Academy of Education, [...]

[...] Data in Table 3 further show the enrolment, teachers and teacher- pupil ratios in primary schools in Nigeria from 1999 to 2005. Table Primary Schools Statistics in Nigeria: 1999-2005. Year Enrolment No of Teachers Teacher-Pupil ratio Source: Federal Ministry of Education (2007) Statistics of Education in Nigeria: 1999-2005 Data in Table 3 shows that in 1999, there were 17,907,328 pupils in primary schools in Nigeria with corresponding teacher capacity of 432,096 and teacher-pupil ratio 1:41. In 2000, the enrolment increased to 19,151,442 while the number of teachers increased to The teacher-pupil ratio was 1:43. [...]

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