THE ROLES OF STAKEHOLDERS IN THE INTEGRATION OF ALMAJIRI QURANIC SCHOOLS INTO THE UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION (UBE) IN SOKOTO STATE
One of the key objectives of the Universal Basic Education Programme is the provision of access to education for all children, youths and adults who due to some cultural and socio, economic factors do not participate adequately in existing formal and non formal education programme. In Sokoto State, the categories of the educationally disadvantaged are those migrant Quranic school children (Almajirai) and youths who do not benefit from the existing modern formal and non formal education. The paper focuses on the roles of stakeholders in the integration of Almajiri Quranic Schools into UBE in Sokoto State. Monitoring and evaluation for quality assurance and quality control, provision of basic needs of the Almajiri Quranic School pupils, the Schools and their Malams (proprietors) as well as availability of facilities and equipment were identified as major roles of the stakeholders for the integration of Almajiri Quranic School into UBE in the state.
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