RE-FOCUSING TECHNOLOGY AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION SYSTEMS FOR LIFE - LONG LEARNING IN ENUGU STATE

  • ALEXANDER UCHE ONYIA, Ph.D ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ENUGU
Keywords: stakeholders in education, Department of Technology and Vocational Education, life-long learning

Abstract

The study adopted descriptive survey which involved 100 supervising principals as the population. Two (1) purposes and (2) research questions guided the study. The instrument was validated by experts in measurement and evaluation and Department
of Technology and Vocational Education, Enugu state University of Science and Technology (ESUT) Enugu. Cronbach alpha was used to determine the reliability of the instrument which yielded a result of 0.69. The hypothesis was tested at 0.05 level of
significance, while mean (x) with standard deviation (SD) was used in data analysis.
The findings show that the supervising principals were of the opinion that strategic
reform in T. V.E. is important for life-long learning and system enhancement in Enugu state. The study recommends that the stakeholders in education should adopt the current UNESCO policy on T. V.E. in the state.

Author Biography

ALEXANDER UCHE ONYIA, Ph.D, ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ENUGU

DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

Published
2018-08-14
Section
Articles