The challenge of educational funding in Nigeria as predictive dimension of teacher effectiveness: Time series budget analysis
This paper was presented at the Distance Education and Teacher's Training in Africa (DETA) 2009 Conference, August 2009, Ghana.Education is concerned with the transmission of knowledge and acquisition of skills that will enable the individual not only to survive in the society, but also to contribute to the development of the society (Bell-Gam, 2003). Ulilig (1999) also opined that one of the essential preconditions for the development and transformation of a national economy is the factor of education in the broadest sense, this statement was affirmed as a clear manifestation of the importance of education (Osunde & Bell- Gam, 2003). Hence the functionality of our educational systems, to a large extent, depends on adequate funding of all the levels of education by the governments (local, state & federal) and other stakeholders.
Anthonia O. Clark, Anthonia O. Clark and Anthonia O. Clark
Distance Education and Teacher Education in Africa DETA Conference 2007
Budget Development Education Finance