I. E. Emah (PhD), Dickson Virtue, Deborah Esitikot


Quality assurance in education serves as a pillar of stability in Nigeria's distressed economy. Despite economic challenges, ensuring high-quality education remains crucial for the country's development. Quality assurance encompasses strategies such as curriculum relevance, teacher training, monitoring and evaluation, public-private partnerships, student support services, and stakeholder engagement. These strategies address the need for competitiveness, equity, innovation, and trust in education. By upholding standards and implementing these strategies, Nigeria can navigate its distressed economy while providing students with a robust and effective learning experience, contributing to long-term economic growth and development.


Quality Assurance, Education, Pillar of Stability, Innovation

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