No Books, No Desks, No Pay: Nigeria’s education system Is failing – Bloomberg writes

US business journal Bloomberg just published an article on the state of education in Nigeria which it describes as 'failing'. According

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No Books, No Desks, No Pay: Nigerias education system Is failing - Bloomberg writesUS business journal Bloomberg just published an article on the state of education in Nigeria which it describes as 'failing'. According to the article, 'Nigeria once had some of the continent’s top educational institutions that produced the likes of Nobel Prize laureate Wole Soyinka and award-winning scientists and professionals working at the highest levels internationally in a broad range of fields'. It also said, 'the decline started in the 1980s when military rulers cut funding for educational institutions where teachers and students became the voice of opposition. That sparked the first wave of professors leaving to teach in universities in the U.S., South Africa and Europe'. Adding that, 'The Academic Staff Union of Universities has gone on strike against every government in the past three decades, starting from when Buhari was a military ruler in the 1980s. Successive governments “didn’t feel education was a priority,” said Deji Omole, a professor and leader of the teachers’ union at the University of Ibadan. “You have to fund education properly to retain your best brains; if not you’ll continue to lose them.” See the full article HereThe post No Books, No Desks, No Pay: Nigerias education system Is failing – Bloomberg writes appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.
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