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Volume 5 No. 1 November, 2014 ISSN: 2350 - 2401


Africa’s Children and the Prospects for Sustainable Peace and Development: The Critical Role of Education-Prof. Allyson A. Sesay

Refocusing Citizenship for Peace, Education and Economic Development of African States -Eucharia Obiageli Nwodoh and Assoc. Prof. Byron U. Maduewesi, Ph.D

Teachers Demand, Supply and Students Enrolment in Science and Vocational Subjects: Implications for Economic Development of the Nigerian Nation -Dr. P. U. Ekeh

Financial Liberalization and Economic Development: Evidence from Nigeria -Joseph Chukwudi Odionye and Chikeziem Fortunatus Okorontah

Outcome of Emotional Intelligence Training as Intervention in Sustaining Peace Education and Economic Development in African States -Victor Ayebami Torubeli, (Ph.D) and Elizabeth Tonbra Ambakederemo, (Ph.D)

Entrepreneurial Education: A Nexus for Economic Development of African States -Peter A. Iredia, Ph.D and Dr. Philipa O. Idogho

Global Economic Meltdown: Implications for Poverty Reduction in Africa -R. M. Aboho;Ijir Elisha and O.G. Agi

Building Communities of Innovation in Nigerian Education through Collaborative Learning -Assoc. Prof. Keziah A. Achuonye

Entrepreneurial Education and Women Economic Development in Cross River State, Nigeria -Akaase Blossom Ifere, (Ph.D); Martha Daniel Ekpe and Bernard Diwa Otu, (Ph.D)

Peace, Education and Economic Development of African States -Emmanuel Nnamaka Nwalado and Helen Simiku Nwalado

Science Education and Economic Development of African States -Prof. Sahr P. Thomas Gbamanja (GCOR)

Higher Education for Sustainable Economic Development: Africa as a Case Study -I. Robert-Okah, (Ph.D) and C. Osiobe, (Ph.D)

Resource Control and National Integration -Ikenna U. Odoemena; Paul C. Ikpe ;A. C. Uhiara ; Chigoziri U. Okafor Jeribe and Angeline Chinyere Nnadozie

Peace Education and Violent Behaviour among Students in Tertiary Institutions: Implication for Economic Development in Cross River State- Nigeria -Dr. Ubi Sylvanus; Emilia A. Abang and G. A. Otibu

Agricultural Cooperatives and Rice Production Technologies in Ini Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria -Grace J. Etim; T. U. U. Ekpo, Ph.D and A. O. Ekong, Ph.D

Need for Sustainable E-Learning Laboratories in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions-Alice N. C. Mbaezue and Anthony N. Chukwuanukwu

Peace and Economic Development of African Nations -Uzoh Akaonye Ben

Accountability as a Tool for Sustainable Peace Education and Economic Development in Nigeria -Sylvester U. Adye; Dennis U. Udama; Pius U. Akpereka and Chukuemeka Urom

Pioneering Agric Entrepreneurship Education in African Tertiary Institutions -Bernard A. Okpokwasili

The Impact of Social Media on Youth Development in a Modern Society -Irene C. Nwachukwu; Osonwa Ihemanma Uwazuruonye and Ikechukwu C. Nnaji

Utilization of E-learning Resources for Instruction by Technology and Vocational Educators in Tertiary Institutions in South East Nigeria -Dr. J. I. Ezenwafor; Dr. A. U. Okeke and Prof. K. R. E. Okoye

Peace, Education and Economic Development in African: An Underlying Assumptions -Erasmus E. Ebuta

World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Place of Less Developed Countries of the World -Uwazie I. Uwazie, (Ph.D); C. K. Dike and P. K. Ojimadu

Critical Perspective on Social Studies Education Curriculum in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects -Catherine Ubong Akpan

Sustainable Curriculum Review and Economic Development of African States -Ubong Monday; Eddie Nkok; David Effiong and Edo Obot Ekanem

Management of Higher Education for Economic Development in Nigeria: A Challenge to Quality -Iniobong Willie Umoh, (Ph.D)and Patrick Patrick Ekanem

The Campus as a Learning Space: An Information and Communication Technology Experience -J. K. Obara; A. C. Abulokwe; Charles Ben Eteh and P. N. Urakpo

Innovations in Assessment of Learning for Sustainable Development in Nigeria -Ini T. Essien, (Ph.D)

Access to Information and Utilization as Panacea for Conflict Resolution and Economic Development of African States with Particular Reference to Nigeria -M. M. B. Ogunleye; C. E. Olaotan and E. K. Soyele

Effect of Three Instructional Methods, Gender and Numerical Ability of Students’ Performance in Electrochemistry in Uyo LGA of Akwa Ibom State -Dr. Albert U. Archibong

Enhancing Participation of Female Entrepreneurs in Technological Development of Nigeria and African States -Dr. Eno Gregory Ukpong; Imefon Idongesit Udoh and E. E. Okon

Technical Education and Economic Development of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: Implication for Educational Management, Guidance and Counselling -Dr. Francisca Sunday Usen; Dr. Grace Eneh and Dr. Stella A. Usen

The Position of Sustainable Chemistry in Environmental Managementand Economic Development of the African States -Saleh Mohammed Gero

Strategies of Inculcating English Phonological Awareness in Nigerian Kindergarten Children -Emmanuel N. Eyam; E. U. Oji and Peter A. Ako