Rilwan Daramola


This paper x-rayed the strategies that can be adopted to overcome the challenges of evaluation in Business education programme. This paper explained that proper evaluation is very germane if business educators are to remain relevant in the 21stcentury global workforce. Evaluation in business education should be comprehensive and holistic. The challenges to effective evaluation in business education were also highlighted. The paper identified various strategies to overcome these challenges. Some of them are: -Ensuring that the goals of business education are based on an in-depth study of business and industry requirements, thorough scrutiny of the quality of student intake and rigorous screening of the teachers to ensure their suitability to effectively and successfully implement the business education curriculum.

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