ASSONT VOL 13 NO 1

Commercialization of Education in a D windling Economy. Nath M. Abraham
Commercialization of Education in Nigeria: Causes and Consequences for Educational Management in a Distressed Economy. Dr. Chukwuemeka Joseph Chukwu and Dr. Evelyn Ijeoma Ezepue
Teacher Pedagogical Content Knowledge as Correlates of Academic Performance among Students in Upper Basic School Social Studies in Delta State, Nigeria. Dr. Ben A. Umudi
Examination Malpractice in Nigeria: The Bane of Commercializing Education in a Dwindling Economy. Dr. Charles Nzulumike
Human Resource Management in Secondary Schools in a Dwindling Economy: The Need for Entrepreneurship Education. Cecilia Kwaghmimi Amough, Ph.D; Veronica Iornenge, Ph.D and Onyike Margaret Odu
Innovation in the Assessment of Primary School Mathematics: Remedy to Commercialization of Education. Dr. Kingsley Chima Obi; Matthew Nnanna and Chidi Ekeada
Justification for Commercialization of Colleges of Education in Nigeria. Ugbong Benedict Igboh, Ph.D and Nkechinyere Promise-Adele
Lecturers’ Perception on the Influence of Commercialization on University Education in Dwindling Economy in Universities in Abia State, Nigeria. Onwuchekwa Grace Uzaru, Ph.D
Commercialisation of Secondary Education and Effective Staff Management in Private Secondary Schools in Aba Education Sub Zone Abia State. Dr. Maryrose Chinedu Nwosu and Dr. Claris Ogochukwu Chukwukaike
Commercialization of Education in Nigeria: The Pros and Cons. Eunice C. Victor-Ishikaku, Ph.D
Commercialization of Human Resource Management and Communication on Education in a Dwindling Economy. Uchechukwu Ali, Ph.D and Eronini Hyginus Nwankwo
Commercialising Entrepreneurship and Scientific Skills for Self-Reliance and Job Creation in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges. Abubakar Sa’adatu Mohammed
Teachers’ Perception of Commercialization of Education as a Correlate of Quality Basic Education in Nigeria. Rev. Dr. Clement Ifeanyi Enunwah and Ogar A. Eyam
Commercialization of Educational Management in Secondary Schools in Delta State in a Dwindling Economy. Ogharen Beauty Biokoro, Ph.D
The Role of Sports Managers in Eradicating Youth Restiveness among Niger Delta Youths. Ufuoma Atufe Areyenka
Ekoi Dance Education: A Platform for Commercialization. Alice Okang Edim, Ph.D and Elizabeth Bebuo Anthony
Assessment of Implementation of Entrepreneurship Education Curriculum in Secondary Schools in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. Mary Effiong Akpan and Simon Walter Umoh
Qualitative Adult and Non-Formal Education for Sustainable Socio-Economic Growth and Development of Nigeria: The Educational Administrators’ Perspective. Dr. Umoinyang E. Umoinyang and Matilda U. Effiong
Strategies of Managing Human Resource Personnel for Economic and Political Development in a Dwindling Economy in Universities in Nigeria…. Dr. Ihechi Florence Jack and Lawrence Ezewoko Nwankpa
The Role of Primary Education in Inculcating Values, Knowledge and Skills for National Development. Lilian Achigaonye
External Debt Servicing and Internal Security in Nigeria, 1997-2016. Gabriel Udi; Bright Onoriode Ohwofasa, Ph.D and Joseph Erakpoweri
Impact of Commercialization of Education on the Educational System in Nigeria. Patience O. Emesiobi
Effect of Higher Educational Institution (HEI)-Industry Linkages on Commercialization of Education in Nigeria: Evidence from Enugu State, South-East Nigeria. Helen Nnedinso Ozioko
Repositioning Fine and Applied Arts Education for Commercialization in Dwindling Economy. Mary C. Opara
Need for Adequate Funding for the Provision of Quality Science Education in Tertiary Institutions. Gabriel Odeh Ankeli