A Comparative Analysis of Teacher Supply and Pupils' Enrolment in Public and Private Primary Schools in Kwara and Ekiti States, Nigeria
Adeyemi, T. O., Research in Education
Kwara and Ekiti States are two integral States in Nigeria. Kwara State was created from the defunct Northern Region of Nigeria in 1967 while Ekiti State was created from the Old Ondo State in South-West Nigeria in 1996. Although informal education had been going on in both States since ancient times, formal education started with the arrival of the European Christian Missionaries in 1882. Their arrival saw the establishment of primary schools. The number of public primary schools in Kwara State rose from 220 in 1996 to 651 in 2005 (Kwara State Ministry of Education, 2006) while in Ekiti State the number of public primary schools increased from 260 in 1996 to 694 in …
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Publication information: Article title: A Comparative Analysis of Teacher Supply and Pupils' Enrolment in Public and Private Primary Schools in Kwara and Ekiti States, Nigeria. Contributors: Adeyemi, T. O. - Author. Journal title: Research in Education. Issue: 87 Publication date: May 2012. Page number: 15+. © Manchester University Press Nov 1996. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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