Nigeria inherited a british system of education with a british philosophy of education this educational system no longer meets the needs of an independent nigeria since independence eighteen years ago, the demand for a well defined national policy on education has generated much debate. The national education policy center seeks to identify and recognize excellent public high schools that actively strive to close opportunity gaps and build on student strengths by creating and supporting engaging learning opportunities for all their students.
About new education policy consultation the national policy on education was framed in 1986 and modified in 1992 since then several changes have taken place that calls for a revision of the policy.
Laws & guidance overview legislation, regulations, guidance, and other policy documents can be found here for the every student succeeds act (essa), and other topics please note that in the us, the federal role in education is limited because of the tenth amendment, most education policy is decided at the state and local levels. National policy on education andramamurti commission harpreet dhatt msc [n] 1st year.
The national policy on education enunciates the guidelines, objectives, standards, structures, strategies, and management for achieving the national education goals in nigeria the policy must be operated within the framework of the overall philosophy of the nation 2 the overall philosophy of the nation includes, but not limited to: a.
Statement by shri arjun singh, minister of human resource development regarding modifications to the national policy on education (npe) 1986 the national policy on education (npe) was adopted by parliament in may 1986.
The national policy on education (npe) in nigeria is the followed national guideline for the effective management, administration and implementation of education at all tiers of government. The need for a national policy on education came about as a result ofthe 1969 national curriculum conference which was attended by a cross section ofnigerians the conference was a culmination of expressions ofgeneral dissatisfaction with the existing education system which had become irrelevant to national needs, aspirations and goals.