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Published on : Wednesday, November 10, 2010
THE National Examination Council and West African Examination Council have recently released their results. Changing systems do not actually solve the challenges associated with the decline in quality of education. The qualities of publications used by students in West Africa are largely of poor quality when compared with the ones in other parts of the world. The quality of education being dished out should be a concern to all, writes Thompson Ayodele and Olusegun Sotola in The Guardian, Nigeria.


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