The Challenges of Value Re-Orientation in Nigeria’s Tertiary Education System

Solomon J. Anzene


The decay in the society has affected the values and moral character fabric of our tertiary education system. This has manifested in many social vices, which include Cultism, Drug abuse, Examination malpractice, Indecent dressing, Sexual harassment among others. This paper discussed the changes that have affected our ethical and moral values over the years in our tertiary education system and proffered suggestions on the way forward.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n14p221

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