Nigerian language policy and its implication in the school curriculum

  • C Okoh Department of General Studies, Federal College of Education (Technical), Omoku, Nigeria


This paper observes that the Nigerian language policy, failed to take into consideration the socio-linguistic habits of Nigerians. Since English language is a focal point for communication it then implies that policy makers to formulate language policies based on realities of language need. This is the only way that the language will make sense in our present situations.

Nigerian Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria Vol. 8(1) 2003: 22-27


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