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International Journal of Research in Education is published Bi-annually by Development Universal Consortia. It seeks to expand the knowledge in Educational theory and practice, Library Science Education, Women Education, Environmental Education, Curriculum and Teaching, Guidance and Counselling, Special/Adult Education, Vocational/Technical Education and provides information on these and other related issues. It is a forum which provides insights for the advancement of knowledge and skills of the interrelationships between Education and development in an increasingly global economy and policy implications that arise thereof. The views and interpretations expressed in this Journal are entirely those of the authors. The publishers, editors and agents of Development Universal Consortia accept no responsibility for any error or misstatement contained herein or for consequences that may ensue from the use of information contained in this publication. Contributions to this journal are welcome. They may be drawn from theory and practice, but may be edited for reasons of space and clarity, and manuscripts submission guidelines are strictly respected. See inside back cover for more information.
Consequencies Of Insurgency On Education in Borno State, Nigeria.
Hajja, Fatima H.
Usman, Hajja S.
Teacher Competence as Correlates to Pupils’ Performance Among Primary Schools Pupils in Jigawa State
Rhetoric and the Role Of Peer in the Future Development Of Science.
Toungos, Mohammed D.
Guidance and Counselling: An Effective Tool for Enhancing Learners All Round Development in Nigerian Schools.
Adedibu, M. B.
Instructional Materials: Key To Effective Teaching and Learning
Akpan, Fidela C.
Percieved Importance Of Utilizing Animal Husbandry Farm Facilities in Learning Agricultural Science in Secondary Schools in Ikot Ekpene Local Government Area Of
Akwa Ibom State.
Oyomete, Sunday E.
Akpan, Godwin A.
The Impact Of Information Literacy Education On Effective Environmental Education and National Development
Erimieleagbon, Oyenike O.
Obiwulu, Esther N.