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  • 121. HOME RELATED FACTORS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Education was seen as the necessary instrument immediately and essentially for the consolidation of the independence. For securing the new nation against neocolonialism and for making workable the newly established self government in a multi ethnic society. Mass education, at least to the level of literacy, was also seen by the Nigerian leaders ...Continue Reading »

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  • 122. HOUSEHOLD AND SOCIAL CULTURAL FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO STUDENTS TRUANCY AND DROPO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The problem of school dropout has generated increased interest among researchers, policy makers and educators in recent years (Rumberger, 1987). This is particularly important when the problems relate to truancy. Some truancy is reactive and some is proactive, which means that the underlying and motivation differ considerably and so should be th...Continue Reading »

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  • 123. GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (1986 ...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Generally, globalization can be viewed as the integration of national economics through trade, capital flows and the accompanying convergence of economic policies. It is the process whereby political, social, economic and cultural relations increasingly take on a global scale and which has a profound consequence for individual’s local experience and ev...Continue Reading »

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  • 124. HIGHER EDUCATION AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Education has been defined in diverse ways to suit the situation o r process under review. Education is the complete development of human such that he/she becomes functionally useful to himself/herself, society and humanity at large. It is the aggregate of the process through which a person develops abilities, attitudes and forms of behavior that ar...Continue Reading »

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  • 125. HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF POOR ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study It is believed that God created man in his own image to be in control of the environment and make the best out of it as recorded in the bible (Gen 1 vs. 26 31). But man in his search for daily bread, quest for knowledge and material wealth, has turned round to pollute the beautiful environment. From the earliest times man has been striving t...Continue Reading »

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  • 126. GIRL CHILD EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA; A CASE STUDY OF KADUNA LOCAL GO...

    » CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Nigeria has 9 million children of primary school age that do not go to school, which is the most elevated number for any country in the world. Numerous things prevent children from going to school – and gender is a very significant factor. 68% of boys enroll in primary school compared to 58% of girls. When gender is combined with wealth, ...Continue Reading »

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  • 127. FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACQUISITION OF SCIENTIFIC SKILLS COMMONLY EMPHASIZED BY SC...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Science from Latin scientia, meaning knowledge is a systematic enterprise that buids and organized knowledge in the from of testable explanation and predictions about the universe (Aristotle 2000). Science often refers to a way of pursing knowledge not only the knowledge itself it is “often treated as synonymous with natural and physical science and thus restrict...Continue Reading »

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  • 128. EVALUATION OF STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS IN THE JUNIOR SECONDA...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Background of the Study Mathematics is an old broad and deep discipline. Mathematics as a formal area of teaching and learning was developed about five thousand years ago by the Sumerians. They did it at the same time as they developed reading and writing. However, the root of Mathematics goes back much more than 5,000 years. Mathematics is said to be queen of science, Adekoya Olus...Continue Reading »

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  • 129. EVALUATION OF THE PROCEDURE FOR RECRUITMENT, SELECTION, PLACEMENT AND PROMOTION ...

    » ABSTRACT This study focused on Evaluation of the Procedure for Recruitment, Selection, Placement and Promotion of Staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State, Nigeria. For the purpose of this research, five research objectives were set to examine the procedure for recruitment of staff in the Ministry of Education in Nasarawa State; assess the guidelines for selection of staff in the Minis...Continue Reading »

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  • 130. ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS REQUIRED BY AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION STUDENTS FOR ENTRY INT...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Oil palm production has various enterprises that require activities of an entrepreneur. An entrepreneur is a person who starts, organize and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk; running a small business with all the risk and reward of any given business process (Zhang, 2015). Entrepreneurs als...Continue Reading »

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  • 131. EFFECTS OF THE USE OF REWARD AND PUNISHMENT ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PRIMA...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study The fundamental reason for the use of negative reinforcement that people use as reward and academic performance have positive effect for pupils and students learning process. Reward and punishment are often intangible, symbolic in nature taking the form of praise, approval or disappointment are course, commonly used in primary schools as motivationa...Continue Reading »

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  • 132. EFFECTS OF WORKPLACE CHARACTERISTICS ON WORK LIFE BALANCE OF WOMEN IN NIGERIA PU...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The public sector in Nigeria refers to all organizations that exist as part of government machinery for implementing policy decisions and delivering services that are of value to citizens. It is a mandatory institution under the Nigerian Constitution of 1999. Chapter VI of the Constitution, Executive, Part 1 (D) and Part II (C) provides for a pu...Continue Reading »

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  • 133. EFFECTS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN ...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND STUDY Socioeconomic statusis an economic and sociological combined total measure of a person’s work experience and of an individual’s or family’s economic and social position relativeto others, based on incomeand education, and occupation (Marmot, Michael, 2004) indicates When analyzing a family’s social economic status, the house...Continue Reading »

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  • 134. EFFECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Many scholars have defined entrepreneurship: according to Venkataraman, it is an activity that concerns the exploration, assessment, and usage of opportunities to present new commodities, methods, process, and resources via unestablished endeavour. (Venkataraman 1997, 120; Shane & Venkataraman 2000, 219; Shane 2003, 4). Onuoha (2007, 22) def...Continue Reading »

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  • 135. EFFECTS OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE AND PSYCHOSOCIAL VARIABLES ON STUDENTS ACADEM...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study It is important for students to do well in school because this lays a foundation for their numerous future accomplishments in life, a high academic performance in a certain subject shows the level of understanding of the concept it entails. The students’ performance in school can be linked to their mental abilities, level of creativity and...Continue Reading »

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  • 136. EFFECTS OF GOVERNMENT INCENTIVES ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT TEACHERS, A CASE STUDY OF A...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND STUDY Education is one of the vital tools for emancipating mankind, such that each society puts a lot of capital on it to ensure that the entire generation acquires the necessary skills, knowledge and the desired attitudes critical for future survival. However, owing to its value, the extent to which education is measured greatly anchors on examination s...Continue Reading »

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  • 137. EFFECTS OF ICT ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS IN COL...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Information Technology (IT) has been defined by several authors in different ways. Information can be viewed as description that shows details above something. It can be defined as raw data sent by an individual or an organization personnel to another person telling him or her details about what is happening. Technology can be defined as the...Continue Reading »

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  • 138. EFFECTS OF LECTURE TIME ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS ...

    » ABSTRACT This research was carried out on the effects of lecture time on academic performance of business education students in accounting in colleges of education in north east geo political zone, Nigeria. The study was necessitated by the continuous decline in the performance of students in accounting in colleges of education of north east geo political zone, Nigeria. Three (3) research question...Continue Reading »

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  • 139. EFFECTS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCES OF STUDENTS...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND STUDY English Language proficiency refers to the ability of students or learners to be able to possess writing skills, listening skills, reading skills and speaking skills in English Language. According to American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL, 2008), language proficiency or linguistic proficiency is the ability of an individual to ...Continue Reading »

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  • 140. EFFECTIVENESS OF DEMONSTRATION AND DISCOVERY METHODS IN TEACHING AGRICULTURAL ED...

    » ABSTRACT The study was carried out to determine the effectiveness of demonstration and discovery teaching methods in agricultural education in colleges of education in North west zone Nigeria. Pre test, post test quasi experimental design was adopted for the study. The study had three (3) specific objectives three research questions and three null hypotheses. The entire 1010 NCE II Agricultural ed...Continue Reading »

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