Exploring Alternative Sources Of Financing Secondary Schools In Nigeria For Sustainable National Development.A Study Of Secondary Schools In Kogi State Nigeria

Author(s)

Oguche Monday Damian , Mohammed Sani Haroun Ph.D ,

Download Full PDF Pages: 27-31 | Views: 857 | Downloads: 211 | DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3445658

Volume 6 - March 2017 (03)

Abstract

This study was carried out to explore alternative sources of funding secondary schools in Nigeria, a study of secondary schools in Kogi State, Nigeria. The study discussed the concept of Education financing, the concept of secondary school, importance of finance in the management of schools, available sources of fund for secondary schools, and the limitation of these sources. It also discussed reasons for alternative sources of funding in secondary schools in Kogi state,. The study identified alternative sources of funding secondary schools   to include special education co-operatives, reinvigorating private sector participation in funding education, establishment of community schools, and direct investment by secondary schools and aid from donor agencies.

Keywords

Education, Financing, Education finance, alternative sources of financing, Secondary schools,   Kogi State.

References

  1. Akpa, G. (2002). Economics of Education Jos. Inspiration Publishers.
  2. Alfa, S. (2005). Educational Management for Under graduates. Makurdi Selfer press.
  3. Enock and Odillia (2013). Alternative Sources of Financing Secondary Education in Rural County Keneja. Journal of Education and Practice 4 (4).
  4. Fafunwa B. (1979). History of Education in Nigeria. London George Allen and unwin.
  5. Federal Republic of Nigeria (1988). National Policy of Education. Lagos NEPDC press.
  6. Ochai, G.O. (2012). The Scope of Educational Administration. Makurdi Success World Publication.
  7. Ogbonnaya, N. (2005). Foundation of Education Finance. Nsukka. Hallman publishers.
  8. Ogbonnaya, N. (2012). Foundation of Education Finance. Nsukka. Hallman publishers.
  9. Oguche, D.M (2014). Educational Administration, Planning and Supervision Ankpa, Elite Printers.
  10. Okpanachi, (2010). Globalization and Growth Theory. Evidence on reflections on the challenges facing developing countries SSSG Monograph.
  11. Owuka, E.M (2007). Viable measures for raising supplementary funds for state secondary school principals  in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Management. Vol (6).
  12. Scumen, C.P (2007). Decline in Aid by Donors. Economic and political weekly Vol 42.
  13. UNESCO (2012). World Education Report. Teacher and teaching in a changing world.

Cite this Article: