The state of education in rural Nigeria is one of the biggest challenges that Education stakeholders have to address, urgently. For many years, “Rural Education” has meant education, characterized with very poor infrastructure with less or no attention. In Nigeria’s National Policy on Education (FRN 1998), it stated that the Federal Government has adopted educationRead more about NIGERIAN RURAL EDUCATION[…]
Alternative education drives a vision to provide a creative and sustainable education, by equipping learners to be globally competent and locally relevant individuals. This approach to education seeks to transform learning by employing techniques that identify the learner has the main individual in the learning process and to bring out the in-depth potential of every child.