The relationship between family size better ways to make money and education adjustment (a case of lapai, niger state) – project topics for student

It is acknowledged that many factors influence the performance of better ways to make money students in schools, some of which include societal factors, peer groups, government, teachers, the school and the students’ attitude to studies. The family is not left out because it is the better ways to make money unit through which every individual student comes from. But one of the striking issues about the family is better ways to make money the size of the family. The family size may contribute positively or negatively to influence better ways to make money the behavior of its members. Chudi (2012) reported that one of the contributing factors that determine the better ways to make money academic performance of students is family size.

Family size is the total number of people in a better ways to make money family, consisting of parents and their children. Tenibiaje (2009) saw family size as the total number of children in better ways to make money the child’s family in addition to the child himself. He stated that the family type that a child comes better ways to make money from either monogamous or polygamous family determine the size of better ways to make money the family and usually has impact on the child academic better ways to make money performance.

Durojaiye, in adejumo (2011) and ayodele (2017), opined that many african homes do not emphasize the value better ways to make money and language of the school. Also, parents see the need to send their children to school, but do not often see the need to encourage them better ways to make money to do well in neither school nor do they often better ways to make money see the need to provide facilities for the child to better ways to make money support what he/she has learnt at school. While some parents are too busy to get involved in better ways to make money what their children are doing in school.

The primary objective of financial accounting in the secondary school better ways to make money curriculum is to prepare students for senior secondary certificate examination better ways to make money (SSCE) which will enable the holders pursue further education or to better ways to make money go into lower clerical work in the office. It is as a result of this that efforts are better ways to make money being made to ensure that students’ performance in financial accounting examinations improve. Despite efforts to improve teaching and learning of financial accounting better ways to make money in lapai, niger state secondary schools, WAEC (2010) analysis of percentages performance of candidates in 10 popular subjects better ways to make money WASSCE 2008, 2009 and

2010 revealed 52.48%, 58.21% and 51.85% failed in financial accounting respectively. The educational resource centre (ERC) (2011) report shows that in 2011 there was a mass failure better ways to make money in financial accounting examinations of the senior secondary schools in better ways to make money the state. WAEC also reported that 70% of students failed the 2014 may/june west african senior school examinations. The report indicated that there was a marginal and consistent better ways to make money decline in the performance of candidates when compared to 2012 better ways to make money and 2013 may/june WASSCE diets which recorded 38.81% and 36.57% passes respectively.

The researcher’s interaction with students in some secondary schools in lapai, niger state revealed that, students find it difficult to comprehend the simple principles/rules in financial accounting. It was also observed that, parents of these students show lukewarm attitudes in the provision better ways to make money of learning materials to their children, visiting schools or attending parent teachers’ associations (PTA) meetings, asking questions about their children’s performance, checking their children’s books, scripts and report cards. Some delay in paying school fees until children are send better ways to make money home while some simply pay school fees and have nothing better ways to make money to do again to encourage their children to perform well better ways to make money in school. Many students attend classes without the required textbooks, calculators and other writing materials. It is on the basis of the aforementioned that is better ways to make money unlikely factors other than family influence academic performance of students better ways to make money in financial accounting in secondary schools in lapai, niger state without considering family size and parental factors as better ways to make money it affects their performance. The researcher hence conducted the study on the influence of better ways to make money family size and parental support on the performance of secondary better ways to make money school students in financial accounting in lapai, niger state. 1.3 objectives of the study

When the findings of this study is published in journal better ways to make money and other media, the result of this study would be of benefit to better ways to make money students, parents, teachers, government/school administrators and researchers in the following ways: the study will enable students to be aware of the better ways to make money family factors that can influence their performance in school. They can then take measures on their own to improve better ways to make money their performance. Also when young people can identify and analyze factors which better ways to make money influence family size, they would be able to make rational decisions about family better ways to make money size and its effect on standards of living. This information could be disseminated to students through the guidance better ways to make money and counseling units of schools.

The result of the study would also help parents to better ways to make money be aware that they have a greater role to play. Such knowledge might inform parenting practices that will support and better ways to make money encourage high academic performance of their children and to decide better ways to make money on the ideal family size. It may help the parents to be aware of the better ways to make money effect the family has on children and how such affect better ways to make money the child positively or negatively in relation to their academic better ways to make money performance. They would be able to adopt measures of bringing up better ways to make money their children in such a way that will improve good better ways to make money performance academically. Parents can be intimated on this important information during parents better ways to make money teachers’ association (PTA) meeting.

The result of the study would help to educate teachers better ways to make money especially teachers of financial accounting on how to handle students better ways to make money from different family size background in order to improve their better ways to make money performance. It will also help teachers to adjust their methods for better ways to make money effective teaching and to accommodate every student. They may also educate and motivate the students for better better ways to make money performance.

Result of the study would also enable government and school better ways to make money administrators to see the need for providing learning materials like better ways to make money books, computers etc in the school library knowing full well that better ways to make money the same students may not have the opportunity in their better ways to make money homes to have access to such materials due to either better ways to make money the size of the family or inability of the parents better ways to make money to provide for them. Lastly, it may serve as reference materials to researchers and may better ways to make money be of use for them to investigate new concepts, strategies and methodologies for use in further studies.

The study covered only government senior secondary schools who offered better ways to make money financial accounting in the 2013/2014 session in lapai, niger state was because the schools were mostly faced with better ways to make money challenges in financial accounting. The study was also delimited to SS2 students because they better ways to make money had offered financial accounting right from SS1 and had taken better ways to make money several examinations. Again, they were not facing any serious examination, unlike the SS3 students. The study was also delimited to family size (large and small), parental support (extra lesson and provision of learning materials). Finally, the work was delimited SS1 promotion examination in 2013/2014 session. This is because it is more of standard, more organized and the students are more serious about it better ways to make money than other terminal examinations.

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