Deviance and Control in Primary Schools – An Investigative Approach

Deviance and Control in Primary Schools – An Investigative Approach

Deviance and Control in Primary Schools – In any society, there exist certain rules of behaviour which guide the activities of members of such society in their operations in different areas of life. These rules which are usually derived from common norms, values, ideas, customs, conventions, principles, aspirations are usually consensual and made available to the people. The violation of these said norms and values is said to have deviated from the stipulated laws or rules governing such society or organization. [Read more…]

Free Education – The Politics of Free Education in Nigeria

The Politics of Free Education in Primary Schools in Nigeria

Free Education  – In Nigeria, education has been used as a cheap political weapon, which politicians employed to gain the support and favour of their people. Chief Obafemi Awolowo was the first on record to use the politics of free education in Nigeria to beat his keen opponent National Council of Nigeria and the camerons (NCNC) in 1952 – Anselem (2001); Ocho (1992). [Read more…]

Self-Esteem in Interpersonal Relationship – Its Influence Among Students

Self-Esteem in Interpersonal Relationship – Its Influence Among Students.

Self-Esteem in Interpersonal Relationship  – All individuals through the socialization process and social interaction develop a sense of self, a fairly definite notion of who and what they are. This conception of self consists primarily of the subjective views of how we feel about ourselves. Our sense of self develop, the manners in which others view about us. Cooley, (1902), Mead, (1934). [Read more…]

The Effects on the Ban of Sale of Handout by Lecturers

The Effects on the Ban of Sale of Handout by Lecturers: A Case Study of Ishieke Campus, Ebonyi State University.

INTRODUCTION

The ban on the selling of handout by the management of Ebonyi State University has affected the students negatively. The consequences can be direct or indirect, for instance, the academic performance of the students has been affected negatively as a result of the ban on the selling of handout by the management of Ebonyi State University, and this is because handouts are produced according to the demands of educational institutions. [Read more…]

The Importance of Education to National Development – A Case Study of Nigeria

The Importance of Education to National Development – A Case Study of Nigeria

Introduction

 The Importance of Education to National Development – Education is the best legacy a country can give to her citizens. Igbuzor (2006) in stressing the importance of education stated that education is a human right that should be accorded to all human beings solely by reason of being human. [Read more…]

The Community as an Effective Instrument for Educational Development

 The Community as an Effective Instrument for Educational Development

The school as an institution according to Ezeocha (1985:133) is a social organization designed to service the needs of the society and therefore no school has ever operated in a social vaccum a part from the society. It service more than another public institution it derives it’s existence and life blood from the community when supplies the material and human resources used in the school. [Read more…]

The Influence of Yoruba Mother Tongue on English Language

 The Influence of Yoruba Mother Tongue on English Language

Yoruba – Mother tongue on English language has influences its’ user as a means of manifesting it’s relevance to the real owner. This situation has projected a phenomenon of language and people’s culture as a way of attracting so much importance when we begin to look at it from the implication it has for language learner and the argument in literature about what is African literature. [Read more…]

Western Education in Nigeria – British Conquest

Western Education in Nigeria – British Conquest

British Conquest and Resistance of Izzi People.

Western Education in Nigeria – In 1900, the British government proclaimed the protectorates of Northern and Southern Nigeria and the colony and protectorate of Lagos, today known as the federation of Nigeria. This declaration was easier made than enforced. The attempt to enforce the declaration culminated in a series of conflicts between the colonial government and the various peoples of Nigeria. [Read more…]

Western Education in Nigeria ( A Case Study of the Izzi Clan)

Western Education in Nigeria ( A Case Study of the Izzi Clan) – Research Work

Western Education in Nigeria – The major aims of this research are to examine impacts of Western Education in the colonial period in Igbo society, especially in Izzi clan of Ebonyi State. [Read more…]

Factors Affecting Student’s Choice of Agricultural Science as a Career after Secondary School


Factors Affecting Student’s Choice of Agricultural Science as a Career after Secondary School

Factors Affecting Student’s Choice of Agricultural Science as a Career after Secondary School –  The study was conducted to ascertain the factors that affect choice of career by secondary school agriculture students. Four research questions were developed in line with what the study sought to find out. Structured questionnaires was developed and face validated by 3 experts. The questionnaires was Used for collecting of data from 202 respondents. Randomly sampled from the population of 410.The data collected were analyzed using frequency count and means to answer the research questions. [Read more…]
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