T. A. Umoru, F. K. Oluwalola


Despite the challenges faced by business education today the course still remain relevant in solving the problems of unemployment and prepared an individual to be self reliance in the world of work. This paper examined the emerging challenges in evaluating business education goals, the roles of evaluation in business education, the challenges of evaluation in business education. This study makes a number of recommendations that will assist in proper evaluation among which includes the school administrators should based admission of students on carrying capacity, There is need for business education teachers to move from content-centered to competency-based for effective evaluation to
take place; proper financing of education etc. Therefore, when all these problems are solved, then huge success of the nation's educational development will be recorded.

Keywords: Roles Emerging challenges, Evaluation, Assessment, Business Education Programme

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