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The Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo, took off initially as the Federal Advanced Teachers College for Special Education {FATC (SE)}, in May 1977, with academic activities taking off on 5th October, 1977. This was the culmination of years of planning dating back to October 1974, when the then Head of State declared the Government’s intentionv to establish a National Centre for Special Education Studies.

At its inception in 1977, the College was officially affiliated / attached to the University of Ibadan , by the Federal Ministry of Education (FME) for growing, supervision and monitoring. All the earlier programmes of the College were conjointly developed and produced by the University of Ibadan Institute of Education and the Department of Special Education; the Nigerian Educational Research Council (NERC) as the NERDC was then called; the Federal Ministry of Education (FME) Special Education Department; and the College itself after many workshops and retreats. All teaching and learning activities including lecturing by staff, examinations (question setting and marking), teaching practice and other practicums were supervised and monitored by the University of Ibadan through the Institute of Education and the Department of Special Education. In the end, the certificate awarded was that of the University of Ibadan . This arrangement continued until 1993/94 session, when the College, considering Decree 4 of 1986, as amended by Decree 6 of 1993, which granted autonomy to all Federal Colleges of Education, had to demerge and started awarding the official National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE), certificates.

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