Accepted paper:

Reinventing the African Urban Space: Complexities of Poverty, Inequality and Violence in Cities of the Niger Delta Region


Austin Njiribeako Nosike (The Granada Management Institute)

Paper short abstract:

Paper long abstract:

This study was basically interested on how to reposition the national educational assessment and evaluation in Nigeria. Therefore, a retrospective examination of past researches of scholars in this area was done. Some government agencies had done some meaningful researches that had proffered very useful ways to ensuring a national educational assessment and evaluation for the nation. It was found that when the existing conditions are improved upon and the proffered solutions such as national curriculum improvement and standardization, development of an acceptable test-blue print and monitoring done by Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC), the Nigerian dream of developing the nation through the national educational assessment and evaluation is a possible reality.

panel G7
Poverty and urban space in Africa