THE NEED FOR students TO BE SEX EDUCATED
THE NEED FOR STUDENTS TO BE SEX EDUCATED
Sexuality is a broad term that encompasses all human knowledge regarding reproduction and sexual identity. This investigation demonstrates the significance of sexual education for students in the Ekwusigo Local government Area through the use of reflective thought. Chapter one provided a solid overview of the study's context.
The second chapter examined relevant literature. Chapter three provided the data collection methodology. The fourth chapter presented the available data, while the fifth chapter summarised the study and provided recommendations and suggestions for future research.
1.1 CONTEXT OF THE STUDY
Reasoning is an integral component of our educational system. In the past year, our educational system was inadequate, and as a result, our students were unable to attain their goals of becoming educated individuals, as education fosters growth in the individual, family, community, and society at large. In terms of education, it is impossible to ignore logic.
Learners are therefore required to think critically, creatively, and with concern for others and their studies in order to achieve their objectives.
1.2 DESCRIPTION OF THE problem
This missing link (reasoning) should be incorporated into our school curriculum so that all institutions teach students how to reason and solve problems independently.
1.3 RADIUS OF STUDY
This study is limited to highlighting the significance of sexual education for students.
The investigation focuses on secondary schools in Ekwusigo Local Government Area.
1.4 Importance of the Research
The significance of the study lies in the fact that it will assist students, educators, educational administrators, and parents recognise the need for sex education and proper preparation of adolescents for adulthood.
1.5 RESEARCH QUESTIONS
What sexuality-related issues do students face in secondary schools?
What effects do these issues have on students?
3. What steps has the government taken to address the worldwide issue of youth and sexuality in secondary schools?
4. What are the potential solutions to sexual issues among secondary school students?