At the 56th National Council on Education (NCE) summit which held in Abuja last week, a number of initiatives were given a green signal by the nation's education system operatives at federal and state level as well as stakeholder from all parts of the country. One of the major issues that took the centre stage during the week-long brainstorming is the efforts of the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council at ensuring the delivery of qualitative and functional education in schools through its curriculum development activities.
Listed among the memoranda to council is the one on the development of 34 Senior Secondary School Trades curricula by NERDC which highlights the basic features of the new entrepreneurial trades curricula as they relate to the approved new Senior Secondary Education (SSE) curriculum in the fields of science, humanities, technology and business. There was a particular mention of the successful completion of the revision of 42 subjects that were approved for SSE, with relevant stakeholders involved at every phase of the curriculum review process which led to the approval of the exercise by the NCE.
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