Education

Disadvantages of Changing Schools

Effect of Frequent Change of School On a Child’s Academic Performance

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 7,618 total views Children change schools due to many reasons which might be personal or not. Such factors include expulsion of a student from a school, poor education standard and poor academic performance, changing to a better institution, the need to live with other people/members of the family, migration of the whole household from one place …

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effects, causes, solution to cultism in nigerian schools, academic performance of youths

Cultism in Schools and The Society; Effects and Possible Solutions

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 133,136 total views,  1 views today Cultism A secret cult can be defined as an organization of which people come together to pledge their allegiances, under an oath and have a social bond of commitment and dedication for the good of the organization. Their activities are kept secret- thus the name “secret cult”, and kept away from …

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debate and argument Benefits, pros and advantages of Private Schools over public/government schools

Advantages of Private Schools Over Public/Government Schools

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 27,011 total views The Pros, Benefits, and Advantages of Private Schools Due to various argument and debates over which is better between private schools and public/government schools, Parents find it hard to decide on which school to enroll their children. They find themselves in a dilemma of choosing the best school for their children; they do …

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Child Maltreatment In Nigeria

Child Labour : A Threat To A Child’s Success

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 6,459 total views,  2 views today Child labour is the work children engage in that hinders their schooling and development. It could also be defined as harmful and strenuous work children engage in. Child labour could be in form of child slavery, child trafficking, forced labour, child bondage, and prostitution, the use of children as drug-carriers, sex objects …

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Chose not to be Ignorant

No Excuse for Ignorance

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 3,018 total views What is Ignorance? Ignorance, they say, is the greatest disease. It is from two Latin words – ‘in’ which means ‘not’ and ‘gnarus’ meaning ‘knowing’. Literally, ignorance means ‘not knowing’. It is the condition of being uninformed, uneducated and unaware of the happenings in a place. It is the lack of understanding, learning, …

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Sfactors responsible, effects, causes, of poor, and declining standard of education and ways to improve it

Falling Standard of Education in Nigeria

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 24,227 total views Declining and Poor Standard of Education Education is the fulcrum of the nation’s development. It is the foundation upon which all other sectors are built. If the foundation is faulty, what can the righteous do?  The foundation of Nigeria’s Education is weak and if nothing else done to rebuild it, the hope of …

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Examination Malpractice and Cheating

War Against Examination Malpractice

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 4,107 total views Examination malpractice is no more news in our country. Students believe that their success is not possible without engaging in this act. This practice is found everywhere and in all institutions. Primary school pupils now look over their friend’s shoulders to copy during examination. Secondary and Tertiary school students are experts in this …

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Child Maltreatment In Nigeria

Child Abuse And It’s Effects On A Child’s Academic Performance

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 13,608 total views,  1 views today Child abuse is not a strange phenomenon in our society. There is no safe place for children anymore because it is everywhere: home, school, street, religious houses are all possible places for child abuse. Also it can be performed by siblings, parents, teachers, guardians and so-called mentors. What is child abuse? …

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