International Journal for Intersectional Feminist Studies, Volume 6, Issue 1-2, December 2020, ISSN 2463-2945 An Investigation into the Challenges Preventing Girls Child From Going to Universal Basic Education in Gwagwalada Area Council of F.C.T, Abuja, Nigeria (2020)
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PublisherProject Monma Research Centre
The study investigated the challenges preventing girl child from going to Universal Basic Education (UBE) in Gwagwalada area council of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria. Research survey design was used for the study. The population of the study comprised all the teachers in the selected ten basic schools sampled for the study. Two hundred teacher made up of (120 male and 80 females) was used for the study. Simply sampling technique was first used to select the basic schools and teachers for the study. Two research questions were developed for the study. Questionnaire was employed for data collection. The questionnaire was titled “investigate the challenges preventing girl child from going to Universal Basic Education questionnaire”. The questionnaire had two sections. Section A and Section B. Section was meant for collection of bio-data information while section B collected information on the research topic. The research instrument was corrected by two lecturers in the faculty of education. The content validity of the instrument was determined by experts in Educational Planning and Test and Measurement who matched all the with the research questions to ascertain whether or not the instrument actually measured the intended content. Two hundred questionnaires were sent out to the respondents and the two hundred was collected through a research assistant engaged for the job. Simply percentage was used to analyze the data collected in the study.
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