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Volume 4, Number 1 (2018)

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Volume 2 Issue 2 2023

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Volume 2 Issue 1 2023


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IMPORTANCE OF COMMERCIAL AND ARTS SUBJECTS IN NATION BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
This paper emphasizes the contributions of Commercial and Arts subjects in secondary
education for national development. It stresses the fact that a nation develops in relation to its
achievement in education. This explains why contemporary world attention has focused on
education as an instrument of launching nations into the world of science and technology and
with consequential hope of human advancement in terms of living conditions and development of
the environment. Education is a basic human right and considered by many as a key tool for
national development. However, this tenet has been challenged by several economists. Empirical
analysis suggests that many countries, whilst having a large educated population, remain unable
to make significant progress. It is also claimed that third world development is sluggish. These
findings generate the question: while education increases globally, what exactly is it that hinders
a country’s progression? There are no short answers, but a major area of concern is the type
and quality of education available. This is because, education, in the life of a nation, is the live
wire of its industries and also the foundation of moral regeneration and revival of its people. In
Nigeria, much is not being derived from the sector due to neglect on the part of government and
believe by most parents that sciences is the only way out, forgetting the fact that scientist need
secretaries and accountants, policy discontinuity of government without post-mortem to test why
such policy failed is also another problem. To make the nation derive maximum dividends from
the educational sector, useful recommendations are made on Commercial and Arts subjects at
secondary school levels. . The findings showed that countries need a well‐diversified educational
system in order to gain sustainable development through education. MRS. RUTH ASUR, ALARI ADAMU MBAYA

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