Quality Control In Education Essay

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For example, the Universal Basic Education Board was established for the primary and Junior Secondary Schools, Ministry of Education for Senior Secondary Schools, The National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) and National University Commission (NUC) for colleges of education and universities respectively Wokocha, (2009).
According to Odijide (2007), the National Council on Education (NCE) and the Joint Consultative Council on Education (CCE) constituted a sub-committee in 1988 to work out the details of its operations and to put guidelines for primary and secondary schools in operation. This committee was reconstituted in 2001, which eventually formulated a 15 item guidelines on minimum standards for schools nationwide. Some of
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Quality Control: This is one of the techniques often used in establishing quality assurance in the educational system at all levels. Ojedele (2007) stated that quality control should be the concern of a country in its drive towards technological and scientifically development. vi. Access and Equity: The issue of access or the trend of students transiting from the junior secondary school to other levels of education has not been encouraging as it has been falling short of the expectation Ojedele, (2007). The issue at the tertiary level presents a more serious concern in terms of variation in access at the Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education and in terms of gender disparity. Implementing quality assurance techniques in education engenders a successful administration in the school. vii. Classroom Management: Classroom management is a quality assurance technique used by principals to achieve quality education in the school system. Krause, Duchesne and Bochner (2013) view a classroom as where teachers create enabling environment for students to know how to use the available time and resources, and also cooperate with their class mates to achieve quality learning. Carter and Carter (2011) specified three goals of classroom management. These are creating and maintaining a highly supportive learning environment; promoting a safe classroom community that enhances and maintain students’ interest, motivation and involvement in the learning process (UNDP,
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