School Plant Development and Managements A Panacea for Self Reliance and Economic
Secondary school education in Nigeria has been saddled with the responsibility of graduating students who can be self employed. The purpose of this noble assignment is to develop and inculcate proper values for survival of individual and the nation; develop intellectual and creative skills for self reliance as well curb insecurity amongst the youths. This paper stressed the need to renew secondary school curriculum to accommodate school plant development and maintenance for self reliance amongst secondary school graduates, it suggested that self reliance will curb youth restiveness thereby enhancing the economic development of the nation. The need for self reliant, youth restiveness and school plant development is discussed. The paper concludes by inferring that poverty can be alleviated, youth delinquency curbed, unemployment reduced, economic status enhanced, if graduates of secondary institutions in Nigeria are equipped with skills with which to be self-reliant.
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