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Secondary schools are mostly state or federally owned, although in 2001 the federal government began encouraging the return of former church mission schools.
The federal government promised to continue paying teacher salaries.
Students study 9 to 12 subjects, including a core group that consists of mathematics, English language, a major Nigeria language (Hausa, Igbo, or Yoruba), social studies, creative arts, integrated science, practical agriculture, religious studies (Christianity or Islam), and physical education.
Feeling the pain is the first step in the healing process. It might be tough but resist the urge to throw things at him, curse, or act crazy. Gary Chapman says, “There could be unwelcome consequences if you do lose it…In 1999, the Nigerian government established the National Examination Council of Nigeria (NECO) to compete with the WAEC.The NECO first try at offering the SSCE, in June and July 2000, was considered a failure.At this point, the majority of students are at least 15-years-old and are no longer required to attend school.In the ninth grade, students take the Junior Secondary Certificate Examination (JSCE) to qualify for the limited number of openings in senior secondary schools.