RESOURCE VOL.16 NO. 1

Commercialization of Education in a Dwindling Economy Nath M. Abraham
Perceived Influence of Corruption on the Management of Universities in Benue State, Nigeria Mahmud Pinga, Ph.D and Nguyiman Ahua
Investigating the Use of Video conferencing as an Innovative Instructional Medium by the National Open University of Nigeria Emenike Ejinwa
Challenges Facing Functional Teacher Education for Sustainable Development in a Comatose Economy: Nigeria a Reference Point Musa Adamu Mshelia, Ph.D; Isaac Adamu Msheliza, Ph.D and Ali Abana
Application of Learning Styles in the Teaching-Learning Process: Implication for Functional Education in Nigeria Eunice C. Victor-Ishikaku, Ph.D
Vocation and Functional Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects Mohammad Mahmoud Minna
The Place of Computer Social Networks in Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in Nigeria Schools Barau Nuhu Best; Maikasuwa Auta Ezekiel and Emmanuel Bala
Creativity and Functional Teacher Education in Nigeria Challenges and Prospects in Comatose Economy Salmamza Dibal and Mary Obaje
Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Nigeria Yahaya James and Ifeoma Euphemia Opara
Repositioning Science Teacher Education to Handle and Prevent an Economic Recession in Nigeria Kenneth Chika Agaba
Divestiture and Restructuring Theories: Problems and Prospects Usunobun Henry Ogiugo, Ph.D and Ezekiel Philip Omofezi
Location Based Relationship: Students’ Performance in Mathematics and Physics in West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) Ugochukwu Christian Elejere
Commercialization of Educational System in a Dwindling Economy: Positive and Negative Impact Dr. Christiana N. Nwadiokwu
Assessment of Nutritional Status of Pre-school Children in Nando, Oyi Local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria Monica E. Onuekwe
Challenges and Prospects of Commercialization of Human Resource Management in Education in a Dwindling Economy: A Survey of South Eastern, Nigeria Chukwuemeka Joseph Chukwu; Dr. Felicia Ukamaka Iremeka and Dr. P. C. C. Chikamadu
The Commercialization of Adult Education in a Dwindling Economy Doreen Kobani, Ph.D and Kingsley Alozie, Ph.D
Re-structuring of Real Estate Investment Ventures in a Dwindling Economy in Nigeria Michael Kalu Okoro; Iduma Aka Ibiam and Agara Okpan
Commercialization of Chemistry Education through Browning of Some Foods to Enhance their Economic Values Ichiko Chic Odeh and Gabriel Oga Ochigbo
Commercialization of Primary Education: A Negative Influence to Nigeria’s National Development Andrew Ndiwe Amadi and Christian A. O. Ekechi
Revamping the Nigeria Economy Using Integrative Teaching Strategy on Summary Writing in English among SS11 Students in Kogi State Grace Folake Oluyomi
The Quota Policy in Nigerian Education System: An Emasculation of Meritocracy among Nigerian Students Okoh Fredrick Nwenearizi; Vincent Eseigbe and P. Egwuelu
Administration of Private Secondary Education in a Dwindling Economy in Nigeria Gift Uchenna Nwiyi, Ph.D
Security Challenges in Nigeria and Their Implications for the Country’s Educational System Judith M. Kaduru