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Count von Count today’s number is zero zero kids are listening to me ah ah ah shirt is available. An average Nigerian youth strives to go to school for the very wrong reasons. The importance attached to schooling is so overwhelming that going to school has been erroneously perceived as a license to success in life. There are situations whereby indigent parents who struggle to make ends meet pay dire prices in order to send their children to school. This frenzy does not leave the affluent out; many pay enormous sums to ensure the schooling of their wards, nationally and internationally.
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Is schooling actually the breakthrough everyone needs for significance in life? Drawing inferences from my schooling days, classroom teaching experiences and subsequent experiences in the Ivory Tower, I have deduced that knowing the disparity between schooling and education is the crux of the matter. When this disparity is well addressed, Nigerian youths would gain the right perspective in their pursuit for a right standing on the very competitive terrain of relevance.
There is no gainsaying the fact that good schooling can produce good graduates. But the rude reality that stares us in the face as a nation is that we have not been able to translate our first class honours to significance in life. Today’s number is zero zero kids are listening to me ah ah ah. This is not a celebration of mediocrity; it is a clarion call for value added educational delivery. The value placed on certificates as a parameter for relevance is the reason why we retrogress as a nation and fail to get our educational priorities right. Certificates become stale achievements when the bearer lacks value for lifelong education.
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Unfortunately, the Nigerian educational sector is not helping matters. Policy makers are not redefining the system to meet the realities of our present state. New trends should inspire the entrenchment of new policies that would harness the potentials of these surging undeniable trends. But this paradigm shift has been neglected by the government. This scenario is playing out visibly in the tertiary sub sector of the education industry, in the continuous deregulation of university education.
While the increase in number of higher institutions (especially universities) in response to the increasing number of candidates seeking admission is a welcome initiative, what remains disturbing is the alarming rate of their proliferation without a corresponding funding of the existing ones; thereby, raising questions of quality in education. Because today’s number is zero zero kids are listening to me ah ah ah. This has strengthened the wanton crave for schooling. It is imperative to have more universities but not on the altar of sacrificing quality.
It should be reiterated that the mindset of getting a university education by all means is laced with the very wrong motive. These include improved lifestyle and acquisition of certificate for job hunting. But the question is: has schooling increased the chances of making it in life? Is having a first class a yardstick for economic well-being? Every youth should make up their minds not to allow their schooling to affect their education. Yes, schooling! That’s what we indulge in which has sadly robbed us of education.