This paper examines the implementation and Challenges of Nigerian Educational Policy in Rural Grade 1-12 Public Schools. As education is the bedrock of development, Nigeria kicked off the first indigenous national policy on education in 1977, it was modified in 1981, reviewed in 1999 and the fourth edition of the policy was made available in 2004. All these efforts were aimed at improving the quality of education in Nigeria. Unfortunately, Nigerian educational policy is ridden with extensive challenges that continue to hamper effective implementation. There is acute scarcity of infrastructure and facilities at all levels. The key parameters included in the Nigerian educational policy such as school library, a health scheme and educational resource centers are predominantly missing in the rural schools. More than a few schools lack qualified special teachers to handle different subjects in the curriculum. Successful implementation of the Nigerian educational policy is largely dependent on the government... .
In general, wrongful dismissal is a word most employers try to avoid, and to the employee an employer action against them in the form of wrongful dismissal can be a nightmare. This thesis examines the legacy of wrongful dismissal in two countries as reflected in the common law of both countries, This is done by closely analyzing written decisions by trial judges in Canada and Nigeria where employees have alleged wrongful dismissal by their employers and these complaints have been taken to court. The findings show that employers in Nigeria are given considerably more latitude by judges than those employers in Canada to wrongfully dismiss their employees. One reason for this greater latitude for employers in wrongly dismissing their employees in Nigeria than in Canada is the colonial history of each country... .