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  1. A Search for Solution to Corruption in Tertiary Institutions in Delta State of Nigeria

    Daniel D. Whawo, Ph.D.

    Abstract This study was undertaken to extract from staff and students in tertiary institutions strategies that they considered important in providing solution to corruption in their institutions; they had in an earlier study revealed several corrupt practices and their adverse effects on higher education in Delta State of Nigeria.

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  2. A STUDY OF CORRUPT PRACTICES IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN DELTA STATE OF NIGERIA

    DR. DANIEL D. WHAWO.

    Abstract This study was undertaken to find out if identifiable corrupt practices exist in tertiary institutions in Nigeria and to ascertain the damage they have done to tertiary education. Students and staff (academic and non-academic) of seven (7) tertiary institutions were randomly chosen as respondents to a validated open-ended questionnaire.

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  3. ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF REGULAR AND SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS IN INCLUSIVE AND NON-INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM SETTINGS

    Dr. P. U. Ekeh and O. T. Oladayo

    Abstract: This is an ex post facto research designed to determine the extent to which regular (normal) pupils and special needs pupils (visual and hearing impaired) in inclusive and non inclusive classrooms differ in their academic achievement. It was carried out in Port-Harcourt, Rivers State of Nigeria.

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  4. Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Success of Secondary School Principals in Rivers State, Nigeria

    Ekeh, P. U. and Oladayo, O. T.

    Abstract This is an expost facto research designed to determine the influence of emotional intelligence on leadership success of secondary school principals in Rivers State of Nigeria. The population consisted 441 principals (243 in public and 198 in private) secondary schools in Rivers State. A sample of 208 principals drawn through simple random sampling technique (balloting) was used. Three research questions and three null hypotheses guided the study.

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  5. Identifiable Corrupt Practices Among Staff and Students of Secondary Schools in Delta State of Nigeria

    Daniel Duwovwiji Whawo

    Abstract This survey research was conducted to ascertain if there are any identifiable corrupt practices in secondary schools in Delta State of Nigeria. It also sought to catalogue the evils which corruption has done to Secondary Education in the country.

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  6. INCIDENCE OF SCHOOL EXCLUSION AMONG HIGH STUDENTS: NEED FOR INTERVENTION

    DR. OLADAYO, O. T.

    ABSTRACT This was a descriptive survey research designed to determine the incidence of school exclusion and its causes among secondary school students in the Niger Delta areas of Nigeria. The population for the study was all the 851 secondary school principals and 504,889 students: Bayelsa (47,834); Rivers (225,258) and Delta (231,897) students.

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  7. OPTIMISM AND SELF EFFICACY AS PREDICTORS OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG SPECIAL NEEDS LEARNERS

    Dr. Oladayo, O. T.

    ABSTRACTThis is a correlational research aimed at determining the extent to which optimism and self- efficacy predict academic achievement among special needs learners in Port Harcourt, Rivers State of Nigeria. The population consisted 137 special needs learners (hearing (and visually impaired) in a public Special school. A sample of 75 special needs learners (60 hearing impaired and 15 visually impaired) was drawn through proportionate sampling technique.

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  8. STATE OF ICT EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR ACTUALIZATION OF VISION 20: 2020.

    OLADAYO, O. T

    Abstract Information and Communication Technology crucial to the country’s achievement of Vision 20: 2020. Its positive effects and impact cut across all sectors in Nigeria. The Nigeria’s Vision 20: 2020 recognized the important role of ICT in education towards fast tracking its achievements to make Nigeria one of the 20 th economies of the world. The objectives of ICTs in the Nigerian Vision 20: 2020 is well articulated at making the education sector ICT driven.

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  9. Synthesis of Solutions to Corruption in Primary Education in Delta State of Nigeria

    Dr. Daniel D. Whawo

    Abstract This survey of primary school teachers in Delta State of Nigeria, was undertaken to evolve actionable strategies for providing solution to corruption in the primary school system. Three research questions were drawn up to establish the opinions of the respondents (teachers) on ways to achieve a corruption-free primary education, tackle fraud in the schools and institutionalise transparency and accountability in them.

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  10. THE UTILISATION OF SKILLED ARTISANS AS VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTORS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN EDO AND DELTA STATES OF NIGERIA

    Daniel D. WHAWO

    Abstract The 6-3-3-4 system of education in Nigeria has placed much emphasis on the teaching of pre-vocational courses at the secondary school level. These subjects include woodwork, metalwork, electronics, auto mechanics, technical drawing, local crafts, home economics and business studies.

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