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STAN has worked hard to translate national and educational objectives into curricula and teaching objectives through the development of curricula designed to help individuals attain cognition, acquire process skills and develop scientific attitudes which will enable them to think critically, manage and use available resources, to effectively adapt to their environment, assume responsibilities and fulfill domestic, economic, social, and political roles. Starting from 1968 in response to a request from the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) to critically examine and revise existing syllabuses in the various science subjects, STAN constituted three Curriculum Development Committees (CDC) and charged them with the sole responsibility of reviewing and revising existing science curricula. The report of the various committees led to the production of alternative WAEC syllabuses in science subjects which were in use for many years. In addition, the report also gave birth to the Nigerian Integrated Science Project (NISP) with the set of materials comprising pupils textbooks, pupils workbooks, and Teachers guide first published in 1971 and introduced into the school system the same year. STAN has continued to give a critical appraisal of the science education curriculum with a view to identifying defects and devising original solutions. To this effect, STAN has devoted its efforts to science curriculum innovation and renewal particularly at the primary and secondary education levels.

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