Open And Distance Learning And The Global Education Policy Shifts: Implications For Leadership, Mobility And Governance
This paper will aim to assess the emerging dynamics in present government education policies and how these impacts on ODL. The paper will attempt a cursory assessment of various education policy statements which several governments, past and present had made and their attendant obstacles for teachers and other education providers, and conclude on a better option for Nigerian education policy as it relates in contemporary ODL contexts and the promotion of competitiveness. // Paper ID: 462
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