Effect of Civic Education on Effective Leadership and Sustainable Development


Ejuchegahi A. Angwaomaodoko


This study examined how civic education affects both sustainable development and successful leadership. The goal of the study was to evaluate the role civic education played in sustainable development and the impact it has had in solving leadership problems currently occurring in many nations, regions, towns, organizations, and even religions around the globe. This research clarified the terms civic education, sustainable development, and leadership; it also looked at the connections between civic education and leadership, the effects of civic education on leadership qualities, and the connections between civic education and sustainable development. It became clear that the lack of civic education in schools is the cause of leadership problems at various levels and in different settings. It argued that the only answer to diverse leadership problems in different nations is political education. The various theories of leadership, which contends that meeting a group's needs and wants is the core of management, were used in the study to support our claims. According to this theory, a leader has only performed his duties well when he has contributed to the efficacy and group cohesiveness. Through televised public forums, print media, and television announcements, it is advised that the significance and effect of civic education on sustainable development, leadership, and good governance be consistently conveyed to students, undergraduates, and the public at large.