Providing quality education when resources are scarce: strategies for improving Secondary School effectiveness
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Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning, Unilorin
Most education systems have always exercised some control over the quality of tne« output. This has tClken the form of supelVISIO/l of the output from the system. This paper atternpts to analyse the issue of quality and how to improve on the quality of education in the face of c/vvindling resources The 'author adopted a library research approach to the study. The study reveals that in addition to the issue of insufficient intellectual ability on the teecuers' otut, their understanding of assessment tasks. sources of stuaenis' errors, and strategies for IInproving them should be considered important features of instructional effectiveness. The paper suggests that monitoring programmes should be undertaken in a non-threatening contex. t and tne issue of building quality should be addressed from the outset.
Educational system , Education enterprise , Educational development model , Administration , Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Education
Uzoka, N.E. (2000). Providing quality education when resources are scarce: strategies for improving Secondary School effectiveness. Education and productivity in Nigeria, 109-116.