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Title: Improving Poor Performance of Public Schools


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LAGOS STATE
Improving Poor Performance of Public Schools
Students In WASSCE
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SWOT ANALYSIS
Strengths
Weakness
  • Densely populated classrooms
  • Non existent guidelines on appointment of
    principals
  • Unconducive atmosphere for teachers in schools
  • Lack of training needs analysis
  • Policy somersault
  • Availability of qualified teachers sustained
    through quarterly replacement
  • Good economic base which guarantees regular
    teachers salary
  • Clustered nature of public schools makes for easy
    monitoring

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Threat
Opportunities
Private Sector Contribution Partnership with
private sector(schools) Encouragement of Schools
to embrace ICT Collaboration with Colleges of
education
Unrestrained influx of people into Lagos
State Poverty big issue, 72.5 of household
occupy one room Child-labour Chaotic traffic
situation in the urban and sub urban areas
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LAGOS STATE
Poor Performance of Public School Students In
WASSCE
Why?
Poor comprehension in Eng Language
Poor instructional delivery
None procurement of necessary textbooks
Over stretched school Infrastructure
Why?
Lack of commitment by students/parents
Over crowded classrooms (avg. 80 per pupils per
class)
Poor Reading Culture
Emphasis on rote learning
Weak Foundation in Eng Lang at Pry School
Why?
None availability of instructional material
inability of teachers to improvise
Narrow perception of free education
Constant influx of people with school age children
One teacher for all subjects in Pry Sch
Lack of interest motivation
Why?
Lack of clarity of concept of free education
No Library or other facilities to promote reading
Lagos is the economic hub
Limited facilities for in-service training on
effective utilization of teaching aids various
methods of teaching
Why?
Strict adherence to one teacher per class policy
(Pry)
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Some Statistical Evidence
Total Public Schools Enrolment Approx 1m pupils
Secondary JSS SSS 324,444 268,849
No of Teachers JSS SSS 8,168 8,765
No of Public Schools JSS SSS 307 303

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Some Statistical Evidence
Candidates Registered for WASSEC 76,658 (05) 79,169 (06) 69,000 (07)
Annual Funding of WASSCE N230M (05) N272M (06) N242M (07)
Passes in 5 credits (Eng Math) Less than 29 (06) Less than 20 (07)

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Realising Potential
ARTIST?
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Making Strategic Choices
Utilising Data
Policy Contradictions
Infrastructure/ Materials
Empowerment
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Taking Action
  • Comprehensive objective review of existing
    Education Policies to ensure alignment with the
    Vision of the State
  • Develop effective and efficient management of
    information and administrative systems to ensure
    successful delivery of programmes

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  • Empower schools to plan for improving quality of
    teaching and learning.
  • Infrastructure Upgrade Improve learning and
    teaching environment to enhance performance

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Stakeholder Analysis
Nat Min SUBEB Ed Dis LGEA SCh NGO Donor
Utilising Data
Policy Coordination
Empowerment
Infrastructure
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Risk Analysis
Probability
Potential Impact
Issues Hi Med Low Hi Med Low
Utilising Data
Policy Contradictions
Empowerment
Infrastructure/ Materials

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Resources
National State Devt Partners
Utilising Data 20 60 20
Policy Contradiction - 90 10
Empowerment - 70 30
Infrastructure 20 60 20
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Monitoring Evaluation
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  • Outcomes
  • Children enjoy learning, are achieving,
    performance apply learning to their every day
    life
  • Effective efficient system with committed
    leaders at all levels who have clarity of purpose
    roles
  • Community participation in schools
  • Highly motivated teachers with
  • adequate facilities to enhance performance.

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