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Relationship Between Gender, Attitude and Academic Performance Among NCE Students

Authore(s) : Yagana Alhaji Abba

Volume : v(9), Issue : 07, August - 2022

Abstract : Education is the process of enhancing an individual's abilities and potentials in order to prepare them for  success in a particular society or  culture. Education, invitehwis, primarily serves the purpose of individual growth.  Education starts at birth and  lasts a lifetime; it is continuous and ongoing. Schooling often begins between the ages of four  and  six, when children are grouped in groups  for  particular guidance oknilsls and  competencies that society considers significant. In the past, the process was considered complete once official elementary and  secondary schooling was completed.

Keywords :education; Schooling;children;learning;self-realization

Article: Download PDF Journal DOI : 1312-342 (ON)

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Relationship Between Gender, Attitude and Academic Performance Among NCE Students

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