Moral Education and Quality Assurance of Nigerian Secondary Schools

Michael Olarewaju Ogundele, Noah Daku Jimba, E.R Peter Luka

Abstract


The study examined the moral education for enhancing quality assurance of secondary education. The study explains the concepts, the purpose and needs for moral education as an effective way for enhancing quality assurance in the society. It was however concluded that with the integration of moral education in Nigerian secondary schools, the quality of the certificates acquired will be enhanced and the high integrity will be accorded by the members of the society. The paper however suggested strategies for integrating moral education into Nigerian secondary schools in the interest of enhancing quality assurance in the secondary education system. The effective integration of moral education will surely accord high integrity for the candidates, the schools, the certificates and the society in general.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2016.v5n1p323


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