Volume 1, Issue 5, December 2013, Page: 64-67
Repositioning Science Education in Nigerian Colleges of Education through Public-Private Partnership (PPP)
Aina, Jacob Kola, Physics Department College of Education (T) Lafiagi, Kwara State, Nigeria
Akintunde, Zacchaeus Taiwo, Physic Department Oyo State College of Agriculture, Igboora, Oyo State, Nigeria
Received: Sep. 25, 2013;       Published: Nov. 10, 2013
DOI: 10.11648/j.sjedu.20130105.13      View  2611      Downloads  95
Abstract
This is a review paper on using Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to reposition science education in Nigerian colleges of education. The paper looked at science education as the study of biology, chemistry or physics along with principle and method of education. Public-private partnership was viewed as voluntary arrangement between non-governmental organization and government to execute or jointly carry out a project with the aim of sharing the profits and bear any involving risk together. Highlight of poor situation of science education in Nigerian colleges of education due to corruption and other factors were discussed in this paper. Practices of PPP in some countries and the benefits in PPP including what science education may gain from PPP were highlighted in the paper. Recommendations were suggested at the end based on the conclusion of the paper.
Keywords
Education, Science Education, Partnership, Entrepreneurship Education
To cite this article
Aina, Jacob Kola, Akintunde, Zacchaeus Taiwo, Repositioning Science Education in Nigerian Colleges of Education through Public-Private Partnership (PPP), Science Journal of Education. Vol. 1, No. 5, 2013, pp. 64-67. doi: 10.11648/j.sjedu.20130105.13
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