Impacts of broken home on academic performance abstract this survey research conducted to find out the effect of broken homes on primary school pupils academic achievement in jere local government area. Abstract the study examined the effects of broken home on academic performances of secondary student schools in nigeria descriptive survey research design was adopted with the sample consisting of 200 students and teachers drawn from ten randomly selected secondary schools in esan west local government area, edo state, nigeria.
A case study of secondary schools in isuikwuato local government area of abia state in considering this, the impact of broken homes of affected student to focus same research questions were put to test in this study, after which the academic performance record of these affected students were compared to those of their counterparts from stable and single parent homes. Keywords: broken homes, academic performance, personality development, adolescents background to the study the family is the child’s first place of contact with the world. What are the effects of broken homes on the academic performance of children in primary school 16 scope of the study the researcher has been able to solve this research problem by closely examining the causes of broken homes and its effects on the academic performance of children in some selected primary schools.
The effect of broken home on the academic performance of students in the college of education ekiadolor-benin abstract this project work deals with the effect of broken homes on the academic performance of students in college of education, ekiadolor benin city. 16 scope of the study the study covers jere local government area as a case study on the effect of broken homes on student academic achievement the study is limited to some selected primary school in jere local government area examples of selected primary schools are:- 1 old maiduguri primary school 2. Effects of broken home on student academic performance in esan west local government area, edo state abstract this study set out to examine the relationship between the academic performance of students from broken homes and those from stable homes in secondary schools in esan west local government area of edo state.
This survey research conducted to find out the effect of broken homes on primary school pupils academic achievement in jere local government area two objectives and three research questions where formulated to guide the study the population of the study consist of all the senior pupils in four.
There were no significant differences in the academic performances of secondary school students from broken homes and unbroken homes there is no significant effect on the academic performance of secondary school students in term of socialization of the home.