The broad-ranging research at IARSA is innovative, characterised by multidisciplinary cooperation, closely linked to education and stands in close contact with society. Research at IARSA always brings results, transforms some research results into innovations in the form of physical objects, components, methods, or concepts that can be released onto commercial markets.
IARSA advances education research as a scientific and scholarly field by publishing IARSA’s International Education Research Journal (IIERJ) as well as research articles and books authored and edited by IARSA Individual Members, International Research Networks (IRNs) and Member Associations, IARSA is able to contribute to the body of scholarly knowledge of education and research.
For more than 5 years, IARSA has provided researchers and scholars with the tools to exceed expectations. We are ready to help your team grow opportunities and better meet the challenges of today’s ever-evolving research community.
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THINGS TO KNOW
The COVID-19 pandemic threatens education progress in Nigeria through national closing of schools at all levels, lower remittance flows and the country’s lockdowns froze economic activities, causing job losses and supply chain disruptions. Deep recessions associated with the pandemic likely aggravate the multi-decade slowdown in economic growth and productivity, the primary drivers of higher living standards and poverty reduction.
The school-closings spark leads to learning loss, increased dropouts and higher inequality and the economic shock exacerbates the damage by depressing high employment rate and oil price crash. Together, they inflict long-run costs on human capital and welfare.
Nigeria now has an opportunity to build back better; use the most effective crisis-recovery strategies as the basis for long-term improvements in areas like assessment, pedagogy, parental involvement, technology, financing and economic recovery. By implementing sound education and economic policies, Nigeria can be fully recovered from education and economic depressions – but not replicate the past. The pre-COVID status quo was
already characterized by too little learning, high levels of inequality, slow progress, widespread of economic losses and manufacturing crisis.
The conference will help the tiers government to move quickly to support continued learning and economic recovery to lessen the damage of the pandemic and even turn recovery into new opportunity.
IARSA’s “Education & Economic Challenges, Opportunities & Responses in the Coronavirus Era” brings together educators, researchers, policy makers, financial experts and manufacturers in order to raise contemporary and constructive discussions about building a new Nigeria in the post COVID 19 era.
Research Experience and Get Involved
PROF. AKPAN HOGAN EKPO
PROF. AKPAN HOGAN EKPO, REIARSA
DR. (MRS) GLORIA LARABA SHODA
DR. (MRS) GLORIA LARABA SHODA, mni, SFIARSA
DR. BABA YUSUF MUSA
DR. BABA YUSUF MUSA, SFIARSA
PROF. DR. ABHIRAM KULSHRESTHA,
PROF. DR. ABHIRAM KULSHRESTHA, SFIARSA
Vice President (Asia)
PROF. GARBA DAHUWA AZARE,
PROF. GARBA DAHUWA AZARE, JP, SFIARSA
Director General, National Teachers’ Institute, Kaduna, Nigeria