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Cross River State Presentation Profile: State Capital:Calabar Population:2.8 Million (1991 Population Census) No. of Schools:Primary: 1,280 (Private &

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1 Cross River State Presentation Profile: State Capital:Calabar Population:2.8 Million (1991 Population Census) No. of Schools:Primary: 1,280 (Private & Public) Secondary: 502 (Private & Public) Tertiary: 2 Enrolment:Primary: 523,956 Secondary: 166,416

2  Why is Students Performance in External Examination Poor?  Because they are poorly taught.  In 2006/2007 & 2007/2008, only 23.6% and 27.0% respectively had 5 Credits and above.  Why are Students poorly taught?  Teachers are ill equipped.  Inspection Reports/Screening of Teachers.

3  Why are teachers ill equipped?  Because they lack teaching skills..  More than 50% of the teachers do not have teaching qualification.  Why do they lack teaching skills?  They are not trained teachers.  Performance in State and National conducted examinations show that students perform in subjects taught by professional teachers.

4  Why are they not trained teachers?  Because very few qualified candidates choose teaching as a profession.  Many who enter the teaching profession do so as a last resort

5  Provide textbooks at subsidised rates and other instructional materials;  Retrain teachers in pedagogy and in subject areas;  Introduce compulsory 1hr preparatory period for students after school;  Sensitize parents on the need to take interest in their children/wards studies/homework;  Introduce all embracing report card for students;  Comprehensive and regular inspection and supervision of schools and teaching/learning process;  Public announcement (at school assembly hall) of termly results of students; and  Principals/teachers authorized to enforce discipline. Possible Risks: Funding; Compliance with rules and regulations; Possible Withdrawals of Students/Increased Attrition; Community Interference; and Lack of Cooperation from Parents.

6 Stakeholder Analysis: The Students; The Head Teacher; Teacher; The Parents; The Community; The Private Sector (Employer); The Universities/Colleges of Education; and The Local Government/State/ Federal Government/International Organizations Capacity Training Needs: Total No. of Teachers:6,008 Total No. of Principals: 249 Total6,257 Institutions Responsible for Capacity Building: The College of Education, Akamkpa; and Institute/Faculty of Education, University of Calabar

7 S/NPolicy OptionInvestment Funding Source Cost (N) A.CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 1.Improving Facilities/Infrastructure3.80bCRSG/ETF 2.Financing SS 2 Mock Examination0.40bCRSG 3.Capacity Building for Teachers0.20bETF/CRSG/FMOE 4.Printing of Minimum Standard Guides, etc0.112bCRSG 5.New Instructional Materials1.00bCRSG 6.Scholarship/Bursary0.20bCRSG/PTDF/C Wealth 7.Development of Curriculum0.20bCRSG/NERDC Total Capital Cost5.912b B.RECURRENT EXPENDITURE 7.Inspectorate/PRS Logistics1.00bCRSG 8.PTA/Community Based Mgt Meetings0.10bCRSG 9.Workshop/Seminars0.366bCRSG/ETF 10.Incentives/CCTs0.400bCRSG 11.Personnel Cost5.00bCRSG Total Recurrent Cost6.866b Grant Total12.778b

8 ImpactIndicatorsMeans of Verification Provide textbooks at subsidized cost Students have full complements of textbooks by 2011; Performance in WAEC by 60%. Cost of books published in Report Cards; Student s’ use of Library Build Capacity of Teachers to improve skills Teaching Skills improved and reflected in student performance by 2008/2009 WAEC-SSCE. Results as released by WAEC. Instil discipline in Teachers & Students Attendance of teachers in school is improved by 100% by end of Truancy and absenteeism of both students and teachers reduced 100%. School Records Sensitize Parents to develop more interest in Children/Wards studies 80% of parents call in school to find out children/ward performance by 2009 Through School Records Compulsory one hour Preparatory Period for all Students Overall performance in exams (internal & external) improve by 20% in Reading Skills improved by 80% in 2009 Prep Attendance Register. Interview Students Comprehensive and Regular Inspection Every School is Visited at least twice weekly. Attitude to work of both teachers and students improve by 100%. School’s Visitor’s Record Inspection Report


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