Following considerable opposition to this unprecedented move the Government conceived the PSL program, where eight actors would operate 93 schools in the first year. The report shows that any improvements in student outcomes were achieved on the back of increased funding ranging between to 2, percent more than public schools, including 37 percent more teachers. Bridge International Academies, the government's preferred private operator, is the subject of particular criticism in the report. As one of eight actors participating in the pilot program, Bridge International Academies was desperate to show that its model for school management is the future of education.
Abstract Abstract The proliferation of private institutions Nursery, primary, secondary schools and tertiary institutions throughout the country coupled with frequent closure of schools prompted this research. The findings in this study show that the privatization of education that took place between and through the granting of private licenses to individuals was done indiscriminately without proper supervision and monitoring.
Further investigations show that the beneficiaries of the privatization exercise are either serving or retired senior public office holders. Thus, making it difficult to ensure compliance standards. The study also reveal that while monitoring, regulation and control of tertiary institutions in the country is effective through the National Universities Commission NUCregulation and control is completely absent at the nursery, primary, and secondary school levels.
However, the systems political theory was applied while explaining and analyzing the subject-matter. In terms of methodology and scope, descriptive analysis and secondary sources of data textbooks, published articles and journals were relied upon.
Nevertheless, cases of unrest and other forms of crisis facing the education sector in Nigeria can be minimized and curtailed if the government local, state and federal through its regulatory agencies ministries, departments, boards and commissions conducts regular and periodic evaluation and supervision of existing private schools and institutions throughout Keyphrases.Applicants are encouraged to submit a preliminary research proposal for review by the Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE).
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The private sector education system negative effects of private sector education and it hashas created a disparity between the rich and the poor. Privatisation in Pakistan (google books). Paris, France: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
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