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IMPEDIMENTS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OSUN STATE NIGERIA

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IMPEDIMENTS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OSUN STATE NIGERIA

 

 

Abstract – This study investigated the impediments on the implementation of Computer Science Education (CSE) curriculum in public secondary schools in Osun state, Nigeria. It assessed the extent to which CSE curriculum had been implemented in Osun State public secondary schools. It also determined the availability and quality of computer teachers in public secondary schools in the State. It further determined the availability of computer facilities in public secondary schools in the state and examined stake-holders attitude towards the non-implementation of CSE curriculum in public schools in the State. 60 teachers were randomly selected from the six educational zones in the State. Data were collected using a questionnaire titled ‘Computer Science Education Curriculum Implementation Questionnaire (CSECIQ). The findings of the study showed that the extent of CSE curriculum implementation in the State was very low (18.33%) at the Secondary school level. It further showed that there were available and qualified computer science teachers in the schools (78.30%). However, result further revealed that there were no computer facilities in the schools and lastly it revealed that the attitude of stakeholders to CSE curriculum implementation in the state is poor. The study concluded that a lot of factors are responsible for the low implementation of Computer Education in the public secondary schools in Osun state of Nigeria. The major factor is the non provision of Computer facilities in the public schools for teaching and learning despite the government knowledge of the importance of computer science education in fostering technological advancement of the state and the nation at large.

 

Keywords: Computer Science Education, Curriculum deterioration, Curriculum, implementation, Impediment, Computer facilities.