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Knowledge Review Vol. 25 No. 1 November, 2012



1. Re-Engineering Primary Education Curriculum for Self Employment in Rivers State, Nigeria - Dr. H. Sokari Adox-Okujagu

2. Roadblocks to Democratic Stability in Nigeria: A Theoretical Exposition - Aiguosatile Otoghile, Ph.D.

3. Planned Urban Development Strategy for the Reduction of Extreme Poverty and Hunger In Nigeria; The Challenge in South- South Nigeria - Raymond Ekam Matiki

4. The Regulatory Approach to the Formulation of Accounting Theory: The Place of the Nigerian Accounting Standards Board - Amos O. Arowoshegbe

5. Levels of Truancy and School Learning: Implication for Skill Value Reorientation and Counselling - Helen Chibundu Asita

6. The Role of Mathematics and the Basic Sciences in Polytechnic Education - Francis A. A. Dawodu and T.O. Oni

7. Education and Training as Tools for Enhancing Employability and Productivity: Strategies for Restructuring and Effective Utilization - Chiazoka K. Inyamah

8. Re-Engineering Integrated Science Education Towards Entrepreneurial Skills Development: A Tool for Employment and Self-Productivity in Nigeria - Ibrahim Justice Abdullahi Duwan

9. Music Education for Employment and Self Productivity in Nigeria - Kassim A. Oghiator

10. Re-Engineering Creativity in Science Education: Implication for Employment and Self Productivity in Nigeria -Ibrahim Abubakar

11. Entrepreneurship Training as a Tool for Employment and Self Productivity in Nigeria -Stella Chinekezi Nwaigwe

12. Re-Engineering Education through Nigerian Languages and Culture: A Panacea for Job Creation, Employment and Self Productivity in Nigeria -Macpherson Lekwa Madukwe and Sunday Ndubisi Ehinze

13. Self Employment and Development of Youths as a Means of Productivity in Accountancy Profession -Churchill O. Agbawe

14. Re-Engineering Science Education for Employment and Self-Productivity in Nigeria: The Way Forward - Helen Ngozi Ebeh

15. Re- Engineering Language Education Through the Use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) for Employment and Self-Productivity in Nigeria - Benedicta O .Ajisafe and A.U. Odia

16. Re- Engineering Early Child Care and Childhood Education (Pre-Primary): Implications for Quality Primary Education and Self Employment in Nigeria - Musilimat Asake Aliyu

17. Vocational and Technical Educational Skills in Nigeria: To Whose Benefit - Saliu Abdul-Azeez; Isah Anavberokhai and A. I. Orien

18. Yoruba Oral Literature as a Panacea for Unemployment in Nigeria - Adesoye Omolasoye

19. Re-Engineering Technology Education for Employment and Self Productivity - Lawrence Aluede Osagiede; P.C. Obidiegwu and George Obinna Akuaka

20. Improving the Reading Skill as Re-Engineering Tool for Education in Nigeria - Joseph Ajogwu Onoja

21. School-Based Assessment as an Innovation in Nigerian Educational System: The Implementation Challenges - Sheu Adaramaja Lukman and Anusiem Archibald Uwadiegwu, (Ph.D.)