Causes of male students drop out in primary school

CHAPTER ONE

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Dropout in this research is defined as the breaking off from schooling for the rest of the term – without a final certification, death and changing school excluded. Taken word-forword dropout characterizes those people who fall outside the usual parameters given by society. They no longer belong to those acting inside the usual parameters. On the one hand dropout indicates an action, the falling outside; on the other hand it also indicates the persons, who fall outside the usual parameters. They become outsiders of the system. In this study the researcher mean education system.

Education is the finest way to attain self reliance and economic growth and development. Primary education prepares children to participate fully in the social, political and economic well being of the country. Universal access to primary education was one of the Millennium Development Goals (M.D.Gs) to be reached by 2015. However, in most developing countries high dropout rates in primary school is a major challenge to access and achievement of primary education. The perceived causes of dropout are complex and tend to vary for boys and girls.

Statement of the Problem

Though primary education is supposedly free in Nigeria, experience has shown that there are still significant hindrances for accessing it. Free primary education is one of strategies used by many governments in the developing world to improve access and completion of primary education of both girls and boys. Because of history, girls have been perceived as the disadvantaged and vulnerable group, making the governments and other stakeholders to put emphasis on girls’ attendance and completion of primary education.

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