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EFFECT OF LABORATORIES ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SCIENCE SUBJECT

EFFECT OF LABORATORIES ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SCIENCE SUBJECT

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Background of the Study

Education is always an important tool for development and poverty alleviation and
also important for social welfare to any community. UNESCO (2008) states that the
level of education of a generation can and may reveal the level of poverty existing in
a particular society, therefore investment in education yields returns in poverty
reduction, improve health outcomes, and economic growth. Also UNESCO (2009)
argues that, education is both the foundation and cornerstone of development and
Secondary education occupies a pivotal role in the functioning of the economy and
the education system itself.
Mabula, (2012) argued that low levels of education can be the cause and outcome of
poverty, both at the level of household and the state. Although education provision
has a high cost and expected to lead to economic growth in the long term, governments remain with the duty to provide sufficient, equitable and quality
schooling to all citizens. Also Ekiti  states that low educational attainment in the
developing world, including Tanzania can be attributed to a combination of factors
ranging from households, national to the global level. For example, the majority of
children in Sub Saharan Africa do not make it to secondary school because of poverty from their families. The Gross Enrolment Rate (GER) shows that two thirds of all countries with secondary GER of 40% and below are in Africa, and in some cases only a small minority participates in and finishes secondary schooling.
UNESCO (2008) reported that a high proportion of the population has to receive secondary education for economic growth to take place. On the other hand, the
attribute of access should also be linked to quality, equitable and acceptable kind of
education to enable people to give their contribution to the development process.

Statement of the Problem
MOEVT, (2008) states that Nigeria is implementing development vision 2025 which seeks to have a well – educated, knowledgeable and skilled population to compete and cope with political, social, economic and technological development and challenges from grass root to international level. To achieve this objective, Community Secondary Schools have been established as one of the efforts of parents and government in each ward in the country to accommodate standard seven leavers who pass Primary School examination. Hence, it is a government policy that all pupils who pass standard seven examinations should pursue secondary education.

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