The Government of Pakistan identified 4 medical Colleges for introduction of COME, one from each province. National Policy on Education (4. Co. Ukeje, B. O. But she has failed in achieving the intended objectives. Definition of Curriculum Implementation: This term refers to the act of working out the plans and suggestions that have been made by curriculum specialists and subject experts in a classroom or school setting. Washington D. C. The World Bank. As applied to Common Core and instruction, one should also be aware of problems that arise from the inefficient distribution of time. 75 NOTE 30p. The Solution: The Question Carousel starts with students working in groups to generate something unique: A draft of an idea, a solution to a problem, the beginnings of a presentation of some kind. In Cross River State, Local language(s) is hardly taught in schools even where there exists a provision for such; there is lack of qualified teachers to do that. Overcrowded classrooms do not provide a good learning environment. This has indicated that primary school education is under-funded; most of the primary sections controlled and financed by the government are in shamble [4] This may not be unconnected with the neglect and lack of maintenance as a result of poor economic depression. These challenges have consequently undermined the effective implementation of the curriculum in order to attain the goal it was designed for. The aim of this paper is to outline the challenges and problems that can arise and hinder successful strategy implementation, in connection with it the most important factors that foster it. A very important part of curriculum implementation is that the teacher should consider carefully the order in which learning targets should be learnt. A compromise solution might be seen as being about stages of implementation, where teachers and learners are working towards LCE as a long-term goal, as in Nakabugo and Siebörger's (2001) ‘drift towards’ new practices. Though its administration is being controlled by the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) the funding is the responsibility of the federal, state and local governments. The situation was not far from the same during the take over of the ownership and management of all primary schools, the takeover of financing by the federal government in 1976 and during the transfer of funding to the state and local government in 1979 [1]. Finally, it describes some problems related to the evaluation of programme implementation. A major function of the curriculum council is to develop a sequence and review cycle . Brief Introduction about the Current Curriculum in China Education and care for children between the ages of 3 and 6 are primarily provided in kindergartens which usually provide full-day programs. But the most interesting part of the study will be the insights gained through the analysis of interviews from people in practice and their solutions to challenges of strategy implementation. (1966). FGN/UNESCO/UNDP (2003). It logically follows according to [9] that all meaningful education of the child ought to proceed from it because it is the language in which he moves and has his being. Within the school themselves, there are no first aid boxes and trained personal to offer pupils emergency relief in cases of minor problems. This problem may be a direct effect of the assigned budgets. Then students rotate with their groups to study other groups’ products. New York: World Bank. It was in an attempt to actualize this that the Federal Government amongst all other efforts articulated policies as found in the National Policy on education which have a far reaching effect on all levels of education. These included lack of resources, inadequate training and heavy workloads. The Nigerian Education System: Past present and Future. Enugu: Dona prints Ltd. Sofolahan. However, the Curriculum demands teacher and school to be skilled and trained and because of this, in implementing School Based Curriculum teachers deal with some problems. The inability of the government to effectively run primary schools has made people to agitate for the return of schools to the missionaries and other voluntary agencies. Akinbote O. It is important to note that curriculum implementation cannot take place without the learner. The achievement of the primary education objectives in Nigeria depends on the adequate implementation of the primary school curriculum modules which depends on provision of basic facilities and positive supervision of teachers and other school personnel. Therefore, section 3 of the [13] deals especially with primary education which it describes as that part of education given to children between the ages of 6 to 11+. The study investigated teachers’ perceived problems of curriculum implementation in tertiary institutions.