Little or no induction of human resources v poor of

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iv. Little or no induction of human resources v. Poor supervision/appraisal of staff vi. Poor personnel commitment to work and vii. Incessant transfer of teachers
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Recommendation 1.Education should be made attractive by creating a conducive atmosphere for teachers. 2. More government attention is needed for the education. 3. A united salary structure should be made for all categories of teachers within the education sector. 4. Standard of education 5. Computer literacy in the spirit of globalization should be brought into the curriculum and the new and the old curricula made coherent for better productivity.
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Conclusion “education remains a veritable means of human resource management and nation building”
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Source a. Dessler, H. (2001).Human Resource Management.New Jersey. Prentice Hall Inc. b. Griffin, R.W. (1997).Management.New Delhi AITBS Publishers. c. Mathis, R.L. & Jackson, J.H. (1997).Human Resource Managements. Minneapolis: West Publishing Company. d. Nwaka, N.G. &Ofojebe, W. N (2010).Strategies for coping with Shortage of Resources in Primary School Administration in AnambraState.Journal of Education Leadership, 1 (1) 29-36. e. Nwufo, K. (2009).Diversification as a Function of Curriculum Innovational adaptation in curriculum Diversification.In UMO Ivowi K. NwutoNwagbara of Nigeria 114-125 f. Omojunnwa, J. (2007). Teacher Education in the 21st Century: making a different through a commitment to effective teacher preparation programme. A lead paper presented at the Festchrift in honour of Professor MbongAkpanUdofot at the University of Uyo. July 18-21 2007. g. Onah, F.O. (2008).Human Resource Management.John Jacob’s Classic Publisher Ltd Plot 7 Fmr ESUT Road, Nkpokiti Junction Enugu. Universal Basic Education (2000).Universal Basic Education Annual Report. Abuja: Universal Basic Education Commission. h. Wadak, Y.T. (2011).Education as a means of Human Development in Nigeria Cop’s Education for Forum 1 (1) 68-74.
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