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VOL. 22. No 2,July, 2014
ISSN 1596-974X


Partnering for Education Finance in Nigeria – Prof. Charles M. Ogbodo 1 – 9

Issues of Implementing the Senior Secondary School Curriculum in Nigeria – Prof. Koko Ekpo 10 – 17

The Teaching Vocation: The Missing Links in Today's Effective Teaching and Church Mission Assignments – Professor Francis C. Okafor 18 – 24

Skill Oriented Science Education and Development of Entrepreneurial Skills among Secondary School Leavers in Nigeria: Remedies for Youths Restiveness in Nigeria – Omiko Akani, (Ph.D) 25 – 39

Educational Management and Realization of Educational Goals in Nigeria: Matters Arising – Iniobong Willie Umoh, (Ph.D) and Patrick Patrick Ekanem 40 – 47

The Quest for Science Education and the Challenges of Insecurity in Nigeria – Auwalu Saminu 48 – 53

Analysis of the Availability of Teachers and Infrastructure for the Implementation of the Universal Basic Education Programme in Cross River State – Matthew Nsing Ogar, (Ph.D.) and Emeka Francis Ategwu 54 – 60

Translation Studies: Panacea to Economic Depression in Nigeria: A Case Study of French/Yoruba –Modupe Beatrice Adeyinka 61 – 68

Entrepreneurship Education for Library and Information Science Professionals in Nigeria: A Critical Review – Christopher Eje Ogar; W. O. Nkanu and Ekanem B. E. Eyo 69 – 77

Developing Football Culture for National Unity and Productivity in Nigeria – Ebohon Godfrey Oghuan 78 – 86

Improved-Funding of University Education in Nigeria: A Panacea to Ending Industrial Action by Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) – Monica John Esu 87 – 96

The Impact of Information Communication Technology (ICT) on Nigeria Education System – Peter O. Oboh, Ph.D and Atufe Ufuoma 97 – 103

Micro-teaching: A Predictor of Teaching Performance of Biology Teacher-trainees in Akwa Ibom State College of Education – Agnes Lambert Udo and Beshel C. Ushie, (Ph.D) 104 – 110

Emerging Challenges in Manpower Training and Development in the Nigerian Civil Service – Musa Ladan 111 – 115

Entrepreneurship Education in Nigeria: Prospects, Challenges and Strategies – Francisca C. Okeke, (Ph.D) and Edith C. Edikpa, (Ph.D) 116 – 126

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education: The Bedrock for Achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for Sustainability in Nigeria – Simon Walter Umoh and Aniekan Monday Udongwo 127 – 131

Issues in Promoting Quality Education in Secondary Schools in Nigeria – David O. Awuru and Emmanuel I. Adaikwu 132 – 137

Girl –Child Education: Changing Trends in Societal Attitudes - Immaculata Gregory Umoh and Arit Okonobong Atakpa 138 – 144

Ugly Monster in Nigerian Higher Institutions of Learning and Way Forward for its Eradication for Academic Excellence to Prevail – Blessing N.Ighalo 145 – 155

Effect of Concept Model Strategy, Students Characteristics and Achievement in Junior Secondary School Mathematics in Akwa Ibom State – Joyce David Eduok 156 – 163

Peace Educational Precepts in Traditional Yoruba Government – Segun Adenipekun Olanibi 164 – 169

Fine and Applied Arts Education: A Means for Reducing Joblessness and Insecurity in Nigeria – Peter A. Adeyemo 170 – 176

Functional Entrepreneurial Education for Knowledge, Values, Skills and National Development – Okposin N. Akpan and Comfort Idongesit Charles 177 – 183