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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

BREAKING NEWS!! Ministry of Education Removes C.R.K From Curriculum

BREAKING NEWS!! Ministry of Education Removes C.R.K From Curriculum

The Federal Ministry of Education has announced that in order to reduce the workload of primary and junior secondary pupils, they will be cutting down subjects from 20 to a maximum of ten subjects under the nine-year basic educational curriculum in order to align with International standards.
To achieve this, the ministry of Education will be partnering with the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC). However, subjects like Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK) and Islamic Religious Studies (IRS), which are separately taught, will now be merged under a compulsory subject known as Religion and National Values (RNV). Other subjects brought under the RNV include Civic Education, Social Studies, and Security Education.
A few Nigerians have reacted to the announcement and here is what they have to say(see reactions above)

What do you think?
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