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Causes Of Poor Enrolment Of Students Into Senior Secondary Schools In Nigeria by Emeka30: 4:00pm On Jan 13, 2015
Early Christian missionaries brought formal western education to Nigeria. This type of education started from the southern part of Nigeria and later spread to the north. It dates as far back as 1842 (Odo 1996). Odo; Ede; and Ezike (1996) observed that as a result of the Europeans Contact, schools were established with the first secondary school being the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S) Grammar school established by the church missionary society in 1857 at the Badagry area of Lagos. More so, within this period, other missionaries from other missions such as the Wesleyan Methodist mission, Roman Catholic mission, Church of Scotland mission also arrived in Nigeria. These missions did established schools at different locations within the country.
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