It has been said over and over again that education standard in the country has fallen.  Who do you think should take the blame: the government, the parents, the teachers, the students or both?

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The society should take the blame. It demands too much from the the people. This has driven them to do just about anything to acquire education for them to fit into the society. The government on their own part have underfunded the sector and this has adversely affected the sector.

The so called government is to blame. Why? If the required basic educational amenities are provided by the government i think that education in this country will stand.
Do u know that there are so many genius overthere who only needs just little education to explode their talents but, the one they get can't help.
Now look at some of this developed countries they moved forward just because they invest more in education. Just look at Ghana here. U see! Our problems are in the hands of this selfish, rude, arrogant, unlovable, and nasty leaders.
The so called government is to blame. Why? If the required basic educational amenities are provided by the government i think that education in this country will stand.
Do u know that there are so many genius overthere who only needs just little education to explode their talents but, the one they get can't help.
Now look at some of this developed countries they moved forward just because they invest more in education. Just look at Ghana here. U see! Our problems are in the hands of this selfish, rude, arrogant, unlovable, and nasty leaders.

The government, the parents, the teachers and the society as a whole should all be blamed for the fall of education in Nigeria.Our value system have changed and corruption have eaten deep into our educational system and society as a whole thereby the low standards.We need a total overhaul of things for us to get back to basis.

Charles, you are dam right.  Corruption has destroyed the fabrics of this nation and it has affected virtually every facet of our endeavours.  Until this monster called corruption is nipped to the mud, Nigeria will continue to fumble and womble.

charles amobi nwokoro said:

The government, the parents, the teachers and the society as a whole should all be blamed for the fall of education in Nigeria.Our value system have changed and corruption have eaten deep into our educational system and society as a whole thereby the low standards.We need a total overhaul of things for us to get back to basis.

Hi there. It's really great that you are interested in good quality education. Cause you know, it's very important in present days. it's commendable that you care about it. Cause the quality of education really falls more and more every year. Students no longer give enough time to study and order their work somewhere like https://pro-papers.com/buy-science-report and that's all unfortunately. And i think that this is problem of our educational system.

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