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Education in the Developing Countries of the Commonwealth

Reports of Research in Education, Volume II

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The Nature, Direction, and Extent of the Drop-out Problem in the Nigerian French Language Class

The first serious attempt to teach French in Nigeria was made soon after independence in the early sixties. French teaching had to start from the universities and advanced teacher training colleges in those days (as a pilot project) in order to produce a large corps of qualified teachers for secondary institutions. This was intended to help solve West Africa's peculiar “language problem” which Markward (1967) had lamented.

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