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SEA in Nigeria: Impact of SEA institutionalization of SEA on policy in two states in Nigeria, Bauchi and Sokoto

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Since 2006 four states in Nigeria have conducted SEA and SEA sub accounts: Kano, Zamfara, Bauchi and Sokoto. What has been the impact of conducting these SEA on the policies for allocating education resources in those states? Two of the states have conducted a second round SEA. The second SEA in each state has demonstrate an enhanced the capacity of Ministry of Education to collect and analyze data, and to prepare and present final reports. It has also shown shifts in education funding. In Bauchi State household expenditures on education almost doubled due to increasing funding for private and community schools. In Sokoto State the average expenditure per student declined in part because of an appreciable effort to establish a state university. What has the second round of SEA shown in terms of changing access and quality in the education sector and have the governments of these states used this data to reallocate resources more effectively to achieve their goals in improving both.

This paper reviews compares the findings from the first and second round SEA conducted in Bauchi and Sokoto State in the 2008-12 period and analyzes the difference in findings and in process.
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Forbes, Phyllis. "SEA in Nigeria: Impact of SEA institutionalization of SEA on policy in two states in Nigeria, Bauchi and Sokoto" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society Annual Conference, Sheraton Centre Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, <Not Available>. 2014-12-10 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p717927_index.html>

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Forbes, P. D. "SEA in Nigeria: Impact of SEA institutionalization of SEA on policy in two states in Nigeria, Bauchi and Sokoto" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society Annual Conference, Sheraton Centre Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-12-10 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p717927_index.html

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Abstract: Since 2006 four states in Nigeria have conducted SEA and SEA sub accounts: Kano, Zamfara, Bauchi and Sokoto. What has been the impact of conducting these SEA on the policies for allocating education resources in those states? Two of the states have conducted a second round SEA. The second SEA in each state has demonstrate an enhanced the capacity of Ministry of Education to collect and analyze data, and to prepare and present final reports. It has also shown shifts in education funding. In Bauchi State household expenditures on education almost doubled due to increasing funding for private and community schools. In Sokoto State the average expenditure per student declined in part because of an appreciable effort to establish a state university. What has the second round of SEA shown in terms of changing access and quality in the education sector and have the governments of these states used this data to reallocate resources more effectively to achieve their goals in improving both.

This paper reviews compares the findings from the first and second round SEA conducted in Bauchi and Sokoto State in the 2008-12 period and analyzes the difference in findings and in process.


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