Languages and the national policy on education: Implications and prospects
It is common knowledge that Nigeria does not have a well- articulated and explicit national language policy that can be found in one document. But it is also common knowledge that Nigeria does have a national policy for languages in education and, by default and implication, in the polity.
Full article from Fafunwa Foundation
- Language, Literacy, and Learning in Primary Schools: Implications for Teacher Development Programs in Nigeria (World Bank Working Papers)
- Educational Language Policy in Nigeria: A Critical Analysis (Negative view on the use of Nigerian languages in education)
- Language Planning and Policy in Africa, Vol. 2: Algeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria and Tunisia
- Problem and Prospects of Adult Education in Nigeria. (davidebooks.wordpress.com)