First Advisor

George Timmons

Date of Publication

2-27-1976

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Education (MSEd)

Department

Education

Language

English

Subjects

Dyslexia, Reading, Elementary Education Nigeria

DOI

10.15760/etd.2271

Physical Description

1 online resource (117 p.)

Abstract

The Nigerian educational system is humanistic, nationally centered and open to all cultural, ethnic and tribal influences. The policy of Nigeria is to realize mass and practical education. However, the present system is highly selective and academically oriented. This study is done while education in Nigeria is in a period of revolution. Radical changes have been taken to keep up the national demand for progress and power.

Dyslexia, one of the leading causes of reading difficulties, is a term still unknown to some educators in Nigerian schools. This stems mainly from the fact that Nigerian public schools lack sufficient personnels trained in the area of Special Education in general and Remedial Reading in particular.

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