AN ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLASS SIZE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS

Project Topics and Materials

RESEARCH PROPOSAL

 1.1            Background to the Study

Many international institutions, including the World Bank and the World Health Organization (WHO), have recommended that countries should adopt universal health care coverage, believing that adequate health care is a basic human right. Nigeria is one of the countries that implemented this recommendation. For example, several initiatives and health schemes have been introduced by successive Nigerian governments specifically focusing on the middle class. These include the Family Economic Advancement Programme (FEAP), Family Support Programme (FSP) and National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). These schemes seek to ensure that every Nigerian has access to good and affordable health care services and that medical cost are distributed equitably among different income groups. However, the success of these initiatives and schemes has not been adequately felt by the poor (Osinubi, 2003). Specifically, access to affordable social services and health care services is being determined by the household…

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