Rukkaiya Bello Aliyu

Abuja, Nigeria

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Rukkaiya Bello Aliyu
Posted over 3 years ago
How can a country achieve educational reform, when the entire structure, system is faulty? where can one start?
completely agree that country level education systems dont seem to be useful. that is the peoblem that the idea of educational reform sounds frightening, yet it is necessary in order to build a society that is most effective and efficient. When there is the political will and the desire for change, but ithe idea seems so large, no one seems to know where to start from and how to go about it, then what? I also believe that the need to also emphasise the need for vocational training and other such ways of developing skills is also necessary as the traditional curriculum does not suit everyone. Also working with the private sector can assist in shaping a curriculum that will mean graduates are employable and come out with skills required and assist in getting them employed.
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Rukkaiya Bello Aliyu
Posted over 3 years ago
How can a country achieve educational reform, when the entire structure, system is faulty? where can one start?
Great advice. Money really is not the issue nor problem. What and How and Who to do this appears to be a problem. What if everyone is talking about the need to change and the importance of education and its link to economic development, crime rate etc yet it seems there is a problem with knowing how to move forward because the systems need reformation and there is no proper structure in place?
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Rukkaiya Bello Aliyu
Posted over 3 years ago
How can a country achieve educational reform, when the entire structure, system is faulty? where can one start?
Totally agree, but what if the government are in total support? Political will, money and the need for change is not a problem and is there. What if there is a deep sense of unity in the quest for change, the time is rife and it is so important now. The society recognises this and the government have recognised this, discussions have been had in abundance, in fact the amount of summits, fora organised and attended by the right participants, attendees and speakers have been good. Everyone seems to be involved. So what next? No action plan seems to be followed through, it seems to end there. Discussions need to lead to action, to reform, to a plan and the society needs to be carried along. What next? This is the problem. What next? And how to do this next step? It will be interesting to learn more about the Chinese experience, any suggestions of books to read, sites to visit?