Educational Research

Educational Research (ISSN: 2141-5161) Vol. 8(1), pp. 001-005, January 2017. DOI: http:/dx.doi.org/10.14303/er.2017.016. Copyright © 2017 International Research Journals

 

Review

Management of Diversification at the Senior Secondary Education level in Nigeria by the School Administrators

Paul Nwakpa

Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria

Corresponding Author’s E-mail: bropaulnwaoo@ gmail.com

Received January 3, 2017;  Accepted January 24, 2017

Abstract

 

This Paper focused on management of diversification at the senior secondary education level in Nigeria. Secondary education has been described as the second in the tripot of education. It serves as a bridge between the primary education and tertiary education. The two major aims of secondary education are: preparing the recipients for higher education and preparing the recipients for useful living within the society. The paper went further to x-ray some diversifications that could be explored in order to achieve fully  the aims of senior secondary education to include: full utilization of the available human resources; provision and full utilization of financial resources; provision and full utilization of material resources; full and proper use of time resource full utilization of alternative sources of funds, provision of adequate instructional and personnel supervision, strict adherence to adoption of the principle of division of labour and  specialization, adoption of the principle of leadership by example, adoption of the principle of reward and punishment moral-re-orientation, curriculum expansion and implementation. The paper finally concludes a wholesale adoption of the discussed diversifications for easy achievement of the aims of secondary education.

 

Keywords: Diversification, Management, Education, Adoption, Secondary education 

 

[View Full Article - HTML]   [View Full Article - PDF]   [Download Full Article - PDF]

Search Other Articles by author(s)

on Google Scholar
Paul Nwakpa
on Pubmed
Paul Nwakpa