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Volume 5 No. 1


Volume 5 No. 1, December, 2018


Undergraduate Students’ Learning for Sustainability
through Crosscutting Courses in Higher Learning Institutions
- Makungu Bulayi 1-19

Maternal Health Status: Determinants and Demand for
Maternal Health Services (MHS) In Anambra State
- Prof. E. J. Ibeagha and Chinyere M. Ulochukwu 20-32

Women in Internally Displaced Persons/Refugee Camps
in Africa: The Health Implications
- Sogbeye T. George, Ph.D; Abu P. Owapiriba, Ph.D and
Christopher A. Udokop, Ph.D 33-47

Ethical Analysis of Global Issues Computer as the
Nexus: The Nigerian Experience
- Magdalyn Aboh, Ph.D 48-61

Religious Conflicts in Nigeria and Its Impact on the Child’s
Educational Attainment
- Dr. Bright Okanezi and Barine
Gibson Akeeri 62-70

Commercializing Public Secondary Education in a
Dwindling Economy: A Paradoxical Venture
–Dr. Opunne T. Amie-Ogan and Dr. Catherine U. Osuji 71-82

Commercialization of Higher Education in a Dwindling
Economy - Dr Nyege C. Nnokam 83-92

Innovation, Culture and African Espistemology for National Integration - Dr. James Nnamdi Nweke 93-99

Influence of Teachers Absenteeism on Quality Education
Delivery of Basic Education Programmes in Rivers State
- Veronica E. Okogbaa, Ph.D 100-111

Benefits and Challenges of Educational Technology
with Reference to Principles and Practice for Sustainable Development in Africa
- Dr. Christiana N. Nwadiokwu 112-118

Impact of Commercialisation of Education on the Economy
and Quality of Education in Nigeria
- Dr. Nancy Nnebuihe Nwosu 119-127

Commercialization of Senior Secondary School Curriculum
Content in a Dwindling Economy: Implication for the Fisheries Curriculum in Obio/Akpor L.G.A., Rivers State
- Samuel W. Amadioha, Ph.D and Victor Ojorka Akor 128-137

Lecturers’ Perception of the Use of Teacher
Education Curriculum Content for Conflict Resolution
- Prof. Byron U. Maduewesi and Ethel Obiamaka
Osineke 138-147

Commercializing University Education Programmes in
Nigeria: Strategy for Revenue Supplementation in an
Era of Dwindled Economy
- I. Robert–Okah, Ph.D and
Ominini B. A. Walson, Ph.D 148-160

Commercialization of Primary Education in a Dwindling
Economy and Access to Basic Education in South-South
Region of Nigeria
- Chima Sebastine Ugwulashi, Ph.D 161-169

Meeting the Needs of Sustainable Development in
Africa through Engineering Research and Innovation in
- C. J. C. Ayatalumo and O. J. Idemudia 170-176

Establishment of Management Information System in
Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria
- Emeke Ugboh; Sunday Kelvin Onwubuya; Andrew Okonji Eboka
and Felix Jigiedous Okoh 177-186

Impact of Human Resource Availability and Utilisation
on the Management of Public Primary Schools in Southern Senatorial District of Nasarawa State/a> - R. C. Odeh, Ph.D; Jem Sesugh Simeon and Terngu Eunice Moze 187-198

New Horizon in ICT: From Access to Quality
Hashimu Ekka Abubakar; Sunday Dugga and Ezekiel Maikasuwaauta 199-208

Challenges of Human Capital Development in National
Development in Nigeria: A Call for Reforms in Our
Educational System
- Musah Buhari Omozuawo and Sophie Emike Omozuawo 209-225

The Role of ICT in Improving the Quality of Life in a
Dwindling Economy
- Zipporah Nguwasen Iorshal and Igbudu James Ona 226-235

Commercialization of Sheet Metalwork Products of
Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in a
Dwindling Economy
- Vianney C. I. Kelechi; Fortunatus N. Igwe; Udoka C. N. Isaac and Ezevennim Adeyi Oriji 236-246

The Relevance of Christian Religious Education in a
Dwindling Economy of Nigeria
- Joseph Bawa Yaro 247-258

Teaching Good Moral Values to the Nigerian Youths
through Visual Arts
- Romanus E. Nebo 259-265

Commercialization of University Education in Nigeria in a
Dwindling Economy: Opportunities and Threats
– Dr. Chinyere Amini-Philips 266-279

The Menace and Gains of Commercializing Education on a
Dwindling Economy of Nigeria: Implications on Schools’ Administration
- Dr. H. N. L. Nwankwoala and
Dr. David-West M. Torukurein 280-289

Innovation in Nigerian Education System for Sustainable
Development and National Integration: An Appraisal
– E. M. Uduma and Mike Ijuo Ochuokpa 290-298

Sustaining Quality Guidance and Counseling Services for
Sustainable Growth and Development in Africa –
Stella Anietie Usen, Ph.D and Grace A. Eneh, Ph.D 299-311

Improving the Quality of Rural Primary Education in
Nigeria: A Case Study of Rivers and Bayelsa States
- Lawrence Ikechi Ajoku, Ph.D and Oyadonghan Tupelo-Ebi Enai 312-327

Internationalization of University Education in Nigeria:
Challenges and Prospects /a>- A. G. Ossai, Ph.D; E. N. Nwalado and H. I. Ajudeonu, Ph.D 328-337

Qualitative Information and Communication Technology
Education as a Change Mechanism for Sustainable Development
- Emeke Ugboh; Sunday Kelvin
Onwubuya; Andrew Okonji Eboka and Felix Jigiedous Okoh 338-346