PROMOTING LITERACIES IN THE 21st CENTURY IN NIGERIA: SOME CONSIDERATIONS
The efforts of promoting literacies in the 21st century in Nigeria can only be fruitful if some factors such as funding, policy, training of adult educators, public enlightenment and institutional support are addressed. The paper traces the evolvement of literacy as well as the 21st-century literates. The paper also proposes the relevant literacy programmes for meeting the 21s' century needs of adults and youth in Nigeria. The essential considerations such as funding, policy issues, public enlightenment, training of adult educators and institutional support on how best to promote literacies in the 21s' century in Nigeria were raised and discussed.
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