The pride of educational system depends not just on the quantity but more importantly, on the quality of its products at all levels. The quality of the products in turn depends largely on the quality of the education diet that students receive in Secondary Schools and which is also dependent upon the standard of control that teachers and students enjoy. It has been observed that, the problem of adequate and effective quality control has been responsible for producing students who remain half-baked and could not assist the society in which they find themselves (Erinle & Abioye, 2003). The problem of quality in Nigeria Public Secondary Schools has been in recurring one, more so after the introduction of both Universal Primary Education (UPE) in 1976, Free Education Policy in certain parts of Nigeria in 1979 and Universal Basic Education of 1999.
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