The paper determines various corrupt practices that affect the implementation of the TVET curriculum, problems corrupt practices exert on curriculum implementation, and practical solutions to curb corrupt practices. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. Data were obtained using a structured questionnaire from the sample of 175 comprised of 108 TVET lecturers and 67 administrators in Lagos state. Simple random sampling was used. The reliability coefficient of instrument yields α = .86, Using Cronbach Alpha. Data collected were analyzed using mean, SD and independent sample t-test. The findings revealed the diversion of school funds and properties for private use. The findings showed that there is no significant difference between the mean responses of TVET teachers and administrators regarding: Various corrupt practices that affected the implementation of TVET curriculum; problems corrupt practices exert on implementation of TVET curriculum; and practical solutions to curb corrupt practices in the implementation of TVET curriculum. Based on the findings, it was recommended that appropriate leadership styles and skills should be applied to move men to accomplish the desired TVET goals.
Oladiran S, O. (2022). Corruption; the bane of effective implementation of technical vocational education and training curriculum towards developing workforce. Journal of Science, Technology and Education (JSTE); www.nsukjste.com/ 6(1), 1-14.
- Olabiyi O. S.
- University of Lagos