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SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF BROKEN HOMES ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF CHILDREN

CONSEQUENCES OF BROKEN HOMES ON THE ACADEMIC OF CHILDREN

 

ABSTR

This study was conducted to determine the impact of broken homes on a child’s academic performance. Some social and academic maladjustments that are likely to have an impact on a child’s school performance were identified, along with three hypotheses to test and prove them.

Questionnaires were used to collect data, and they consisted of twenty (20) questions divided into four sections. A total of 50 parents were chosen from the Iguelahia community area of Edo state to serve as the study’s representative and sample. percentages were used as statistics in the data analysis.

Children from broken homes outperform children from stable and happy homes, according to research. Furthermore, the findings demonstrated that children from monogamous homes outperform their polygamous counterparts in school. The study provided solutions to the identified problems.

 

Contents table

 

The title page

 

Certification

 

Dedication

 

Acknowledgement

 

Abstract

 

Contents table

 

The first chapter

 

Introduction

 

 

Study Objectives

 

Hypo

 

The Importance of Research

 

Study Restrictions

 

Term definitions

 

The second chapter

 

Review of the literature

 

The third chapter

 

Methodology

 

Description of s

 

The population and the sample

 

Data collection method

 

Data analysis method

 

fourth chapter

 

Data visualization and analysis

 

5th chapter

 

Summary

 

Conclusion

 

Recommendation

 

Reference

 

Questionnaire

 

CHAPTER ONE

 

Introduction

 

Man lives in a society where education is an important process in the transmission of knowledge, skills, ideas, and values so that they can be useful to themselves and society. It is widely acknowledged that a child’s upbringing has a significant impact on his or her life.

 

According to an African proverb, “a child who is cared for, loved, and aware that his parents are interested in him and his academic performance will strive to work hard so as to please his parent.” Based on the aforementioned, time after school would be wisely spent in diligent study and doing some assignments and home work rather than loitering or playing with friends.

 

According to the study, many factors influence a child’s academic performance in school, including the cultural and economic environment in which the child is raised. Sex (gender), ethnicity, and religious background are some examples.

 

STATEMENT

 

The value of education cannot be overstated. The issues in this study are that education has a huge impact on one’s life. As a result, a child’s primary source of education is at home. Every child comes from a unique family. The research looks into how a student’s upbringing affects his or her academic performance.

 

STUDY OBJECTIVES

 

The goal of this study is to look into the home environment and students’ academic performance, using comparative studies to see if children from broken homes perform well academically.

 

HYPOTHESIS

 

The following hypo will be put to the test.

 

1. In today’s society, a broken marriage is an everyday occurrence.

 

2. There is a link between a child’s relationship with his or her parents and a student’s academic performance.

 

3. The majority of children are raised by single parents rather than both parents.

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY

 

is critical for both the individual and the nation. As a result, a child’s home environment influences his or her progress in a learning situation.

 

TERMS DEFINITION

 

A child is a young person from birth to the age of full physical development; he or she can be a boy or a girl.

 

A broken home is one in which the marriage is unstable and has failed.

 

Academic performance: The results of a test or examination obtained by an individual based on his learning experience in school.

 

Marriage is the legal union of a man and a woman in order for them to become husband and wife.

 

Adolescent: A young person between the ages of 13 and 17 who is in the process of maturing from a child to an adult.

 

 

 

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CONSEQUENCES OF BROKEN HOMES ON THE ACADEMIC OF CHILDREN

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