Effect of Curriculum Development Policy on Institutions Perfomance in Mogadishu, Somali.
Mohamud, Adam Hassan
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The consideration viewed the effect of curriculum development policy on institutions performance in Mogadishu, Somali. Education give a policy to scholars and teachers to the necessary knowledge and develops positive study ethics. The level of experienced of teachers in any institution is as per curriculum existing during their study time. As curriculum is the best mean of overall development of students, one of the major hiccups that today’s educational systems in Somalia’s students are facing were not limited to education quality services, curriculum improvements nor education challenges which will form the specific objectives. The theories that used are constructivist theory and behavioral theory. A population of 102 students and teacher was opted where students were 59 while the teachers were 43. Proportionate stratified sampled 81 from both private schools and public school. Instrument are questionnaires to obtain primary data while secondary information is from other records. Validity was done via pilot study. SPSS analyzed the data. Descriptive statistics was done for quantitative data and revealed in form of frequencies of mean and standard deviations. Correlation test (α=0.05) showed liaison level amongst the variables. Qualitative data was via content inspection and outlined in a prose form. It was recognized and determined that there was significant statistical bond of education service quality, curriculum improvement and the education challenges The study recommended that the government together with the school’s management should foster education accommodative environment to ensure confidence in excelling in the national examination or to equip students. New and flexible learning approaches to counter for a new essential change should be formulated and implemented. Also, education systems should be in place to monitor educational offered and methods to deal with curriculum challenges like security, financial, languages, and teachers should be formulated and implemented.