Vol 27, No 4 (2020)

Nigerian Journal Of Curriculum Studies

This Journal is a forum for the dissemination of research findings and reports on curriculum development, implementation, innovation, diversification and renewal. In developing a curriculum, it is often necessary to use the experiences of the past and present demands as well as practices within and outside the system to design a desirable educational programme. Problems and issues in comparative education are relevant in shaping the curriculum. In the same vein, issues relating to the constant training and re-training of teachers are very relevant.

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Articles

Sunday N. Agwu
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Samson Akanmu Akinwande
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Christiana Ayo Ayodele
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Ogechi Joy Azubuike, Chukwuemeka Arnold Nwanevu, Jane Ogochukwu Umeh
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Samuel Tunde Bamidele, Yusuf Gana Abraham, Hussain Lami Abdullahi, Usman Mohameed Mohammed
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Ogechi Chuka-Okonkwo
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P.U. Okpe, Chizoba L Obikwelu
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Lynda Chineme Egwujioha, Chioma Nwando Nebo, Louisa Aloh, Grace Offorma
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Lawretta Ebere Ovute, Alphonsus O. Ovute
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L.E Ekwekwuo, G .T. Onwuka
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Justina Chituo Ekwuru
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Felicia N. Ene, Veronica E. Mogboh, Veronica Ngozi Uche
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B. N. Egbo, P. O. Nwaokocha
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N. Kalu-Uche, N. G Ogbonna
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Onipede Omoleye, Lawal Oke Isaac, Samuel Mary
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T.C NWAKILE, I.C NWAKILE, ANTHONY. O ALLEH, E.C. OSINEM
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Victor Ojorka AKOR, Ethel Obiedima PEPPLE, Chika URIRI
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Abdullahi ALIYU, Amina Muhammad Sani
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Ngozi Veronica Uche, Ogbonne Uda Torty, Felicia N. Ene
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Uloma Onuoha-Chidiebere, Monday Ubong Nkok, Joyce David Eduok
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Yunusa Uba Muhammad, Bilkisu Hassan Babangida, Lamin Bala Muhammad
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Samson Akanmu Akinwande
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