ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM IN ILORIN WEST AND SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS
Jekayinfa, O. J; Aburime, A.O; Saidu, A; Ogunniran, V.O & Oloroode, A
In carrying out this study an attempt was made to determine and compare the implementation of Pre-primary school curriculum in Ilorin South and West Local Government Areas of Kwara State. As a survey research, the instrument used for data collection was a structured questionnaire designed by the researcher. The number of teachers used were 100 (One Hundred). Ten randomly selected pre-primary schools (five) (5) in Ilorin South and five (5) in Ilorin West Local Government Areas of Kwara State constituted the sample size. The findings revealed that facilities like plastic/paper letters, number posters and charts, television and blocks of different shapes and colours were available in the pre-primary schools in Ilorin South and Ilorin West LGAs. Also, teachers made use of academic resources to enrich learners understanding. The study recommended that government should provide a well-prepared curriculum and instructional resources for all teachers in pre-primary school in order to enhance the full implementation of the curriculum.