International Journal of Educational Benchmark (IJEB) – 2018, Volume 9, Issue 1

Adjustment Needs and Coping Strategies for Parenting Children with Special Education Needs – Dominic Edema Oko

Alternative Sources of Funding Technical and Vocational Education and Training Curriculum in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions – Dr. Emmanuel Bassey Joseph.Adike Asonye Franklin & Opigo Martin Williams

Availability of Physical Infrastructure and Instructional Materials form Teaching and Learning School Library in Adult Education in Giwa Local Government Area of Kaduna State – Boor, C. H. M., Aliyu Dogara Mohammed & Halilu Usman Ibrabim

Community-Based Roles of Agricultural Science Teachers and the Development of the Rural Host Communities in Gokana Local Government Area of Rivers State – Anthony A. Offiong, Ph.D & Baridoma, M. Popnwin

Effects of Collaborative Learning on Academic Performance of Students in Technical Drawing in Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria – OKWELLE, P. Chijioke, Ph.D & OWO, Offia Tugwell

Effects of Problem-Solving Strategy on Students Motivation and Academic Achievement in Secondary Schools Physics in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria – Isa Shehu Usman (Ph.D) & Opara Sabinus Ikechukwu

Implications of Policy Implementation on Appreciation of Polytechnic Education Programmes in Nigeria – Idongesit David Udom, Ph.D

Job Satisfaction Mechanisms: A Panacea for Workers’ High Productivity in State Owned Enterprises in Nigeria – Benjamin Kolade S., Francis I. Okon (Ph.D) & O. U. Ukpong (Ph.D)

Marketing Skills Needed for Self-Reliance among Business Education Students in the University of Uyo – Usen, S. M. (Ph.D), Jimmy, Joseph Edet & Monday Udokang (Ph.D)

Perceived Implications of Taxation as a Means of Government Revenue Diversification for Economic Growth and Sustainability – Evans-Obinna, Rosemary. N, Agbaegbu, Charles N., & Ogwo_Agu, Jacinta. N

Pre-Service Students Perception on their Skills and Access to the Use of ICT in Teaching and Learning of Science Subjects – Dr. Ronke Ogunmakin

School Culture and Students’ Attitude towards Learning: A Case Study of Vocational Education, University of Uyo, Nigeria – Nsini Akpan (Ph. D) & Val-Ossai Marily, U.

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