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Effect of school environment on the academic performance of primary school students

 Department: Education  
 By: usericon bapatigi7954  

 Project ID: 2482
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Abstract
The survey specifically focuses on the effects of school environment on the academic performance of primary school students in Agaie local government area of Niger state. The primary schools in Agaie local government out of which four (4) primary schools purposively selected and used for this research work. The literature was reviewed on the following aspects concept of learning environment, relevance of learning environment, component of learning environment and concept of academic performance. Survey research design comprises of all the primary school students in Agaie local government area. Simple random sampling technique was used to select 25 students from the 4 selected primary schools to give 100 samples population for questionnaire with 21 items drawn data were collected and analyzed using frequency, percentages, tables and mean score Chi-square was used to test the formulated hypothesis. The study revealed that students in selected primary schools in Agaie local government area performed credibly well in terminal examinations and continuous assessment test that the schools had basic facilities such as classroom buildings, teaching aids well trained qualified teachers and other school environment requirements are available for a conducive learning environment and responsible for students good academic performance. While other strategies that are needed to be adopted to improve more on the students’ academic performance include funding and training of teachers. The researcher recommended that schools should be adequately funded, by both government and stakeholders, teachers should be properly trained while the students should be motivated in school extracurricular activities, like sports, cultural troops, excursion and other clubs and societies in schools more classrooms should be provided in the schools to accommodate increased population to help promote effective teaching-learning in our primary schools. ...
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