Cultural perceptions of special education administrators in Nigeria

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Eskay, Michael Cultural perceptions of special education administrators in Nigeria
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Special education, which began as an excellent path for providing equal education to all Nigerian citizens have found itself struggling with how best to make it better for learners who are disenfranchised. It is not surprising that for decades such struggle has not produced any measurable progress in the education and service delivery for these learners. It is obvious Nigeria still perceives learners with disabilities negatively, especially by special education administrators who hold important policy positions and are in the position to effect program changes in special education. To join other progressive countries in recognizing, protecting,and maintaining the rights of learners with exceptionalities, it is imperative that Nigeria begins to shift its paradigm in the twenty-first century by putting away the old tradition of negative perceptions on these learners. Clearly, it is critical that Nigeria looks at the future as it includes these learners into the mainstream society and help them to maxim ize their fullest potentials.


Eskay, Michael

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Biography Artist:
Eskay, Michael
Dr. Michael Eskay is a full professor of education at University of the Cumberlands. He began his teaching career as an elementary school teacher and a counselor in Europe and in the States. Professor Eskay is a teacher educator, administrator, researcher, and a scholar. He is a nationally and internationally known scholar.
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Paperback book
Release date:
May 21, 2010
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0.22 x 0.15 x 0.012 m; 0.358 kg
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