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Effects Of Poverty And Government Policies In Nigeria On Students Performance

1645 words - 7 pages

UEM. VOL. 3.2004

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT(IJEM)

VOLUME 3, 2004

ISSN: 079447684

Published by
Department of Educational Management, University of llorin, llorin

IJEM, VOL. 3, 2004

Table of Content
Page
Title Page.................................................................i
Copyright page..........................................................ii
Board of Editors........................................................iii
Notes to contributors.................................................iv
Notes on contributors...................................................v
Table of contents......................................................vii
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9. B.O. Gbadamosi - Forging Inter-Library Co-operation As a way of Enhancing Library Services: A case study of Resource sharing in three Academic Libraries in Oyo Township...................................122
10. Dr. Abdulrazaq Olayinka Oniye - Retirement stress and Management Strategies among Retired Civil Servants in Kwara State: Counselling Implication and Intervention........................................134

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11. Dr. (Mrs.) E.Y. Obasa - Leadership Theory and the Nigerian Education Manager.....................................................................152
12. Ayinla Saadu Alanamu- Motivation and Teachers
Productivity in Islamic Schools in llorin Metropolis………….........167
13. Dr. M.M. Aliyu - Availability and use of Instructional Materials in Teaching Business Education Subjects
In Secondary Schools in Niger State..........................................180
14. Dr. (Mrs.) R.O. Oduwaiye - Influence of Role Conflict On Administrative Effectiveness of Academic Staff in Nigerian Universities..................................................................................190
15. Dr. (Mrs.) Opadokun, Olufunke Adeitan- Relationship Between Staff Retention Strategies and Academic Staff Productivity in Nigerian Colleges of Education................................................................200
16. Sofoluwe, A. Olu Ph.D. - Relationship Between Communication Technology (CT) and Administrative Effectiveness in Nigerian Universities...................................................................................216
17. Dr. (Mrs.) D.O. Otu-Cultural Implications of the Social System Theory for Effective Administration in educational institutions in Nigeria............................................................................................234
18. Dr. Y.A. Fasasi - Influence of School size on Discipline Among Secondary School Students in Osogbo and Olorunda Local Government Areas of Osun State................................................253
19. Dr. Kola Lafinhan - An Investigation into the Problems Confronting Schools for the Handicapped in Ibadan....................264
20. Dr. Amen Funsho Ahmed - The Relationship Student Personnel Services and Student Altruistic Behaviour in Nigerian Universities...................................................................................276
21. Dr. Virgy Onyene - Issues in the Administrative Behaviour of School Headteachers.................................................................. .. 294
22. Dr. N.B. Oyedeji -Manpower Planning in Education: The Role of Educational Administrator...............................................................318

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RE-ENGINEERING EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT FOR QUALITY EDUCATION IN KWARA STATE, NIGERIA
By
PROF. (MRS) N.Y.S. IJAIYA

Abstract
Education is generally regarded in Kwara State as...

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