SHEHU SHAGARI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE
NAME: ADAMU AHMED
ADM. NO: U10SS2037
COURSE CODE: ED 206
FACOULTY: ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
Access the implications of the socio- economic status of parent on the academic achievement of their children.
In every society being it big or small, traditional or modern, homogenous or heterogonous there must be upper – upper (rich) upper modle (average) low – low low as a result of either socio- economic factor, political educational or cultural factors.
This difference in society leads to social stratification. The term social stratification therefore refers to the classification of people in accordance with the social economic status. Or is the hierarchical arrangement of people in a particular society.
By educational implication it means the extent to who class difference between members of the Nigeria society influences (either positively or negatively) the child’s educational life chinces. In Nigeria and probably in some other countries, the effect of class difference in a child’s educational department is observable in the following ways
The Essay on Assess the View That Factors Within Schools Are the Greatest Influence on Social- Class Differences in Educational Achievement
Assess the view that factors within schools are the greatest influence on social- class differences in educational achievement. (20 marks) I am going to be looking at the view that schools and the education system determine how successful each individual student will become; sociologists have very mixed opinions about whether the education system is beneficial to all pupils. There are some ...
* Illiteracy on the solve of apparent:- illiteracy is said to be inability of individual to read write and calculate simple arithematic. Therefore, the inability of the parent to attend western education influences them to have negative attitude toward their child education. Most a times the parent neglect their roll toward uplifting the educational concern of their child by not buying books text books toers and other material which would have paved away on the child educational development.
* Cultural believed:- since culture is the totality way of life which include mode of eating, drinking etc. parent who where inted on occupation or the other will like to have someone that they will hold on such occupation to this culture has made it possible in the eyes of many Nigerias to view education as ‘illlgyma occupation’ this believed has made majority of parent to show less or no concern to educational of their child.
* Economic background:- naturally since our hands (finger nails) are not equal will be impossible for us to be equal in society. Therefore, money play a vital roll in shapping the education of a child. This is why the child who comes from a well to do family is enroll in to private schools where all necessary materials are available to foster and entuned effective teaching and learning this economic difference in society has hed to the following.
* It leds to the emergence and preference to class schools. As privileged few’s schools, class schools are usually more organized and better in all dimensions, than the ordinary public schools. As fee changing institutions however, they are patronized only by those in the upper middle class and this explains why those in this social class (who are usually the policy makers) tend to show little or no interest in the horrifying and pitiful situation of the public schools. This is undemocratic and contrary to the policy of egalitarianism in education as stated in the national policy on education.
In early Childhood Education; teaching a child to read and write at early ages can have positive results when showing them educational videos and programs. Early Childhood Education is a field that will never lose significance. It sheds light on the best parenting styles and other significant issues related to raising children. It also gives us a glimpse of how young children perceive the world ...
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