Effects of School Type (Day School and Boarding School) on Secondary School Students’ Academic Achievement in Social Studies
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This study investigated the effect that day school in collaboration with boarding school would have on secondary school students’ academic achievement in social studies. The post-test only experimental design was adopted. One null hypothesis was formulated and tested at 0.05 level of significance. The instrument for data collection was a-25 item teacher made Social Studies Achievement Test which was validated and reliability index of 0.83 was established. Using the simple random sampling technique, one junior secondary II class made up 45 students from each of a day school and a boarding school was selected and divided into two groups namely experimental group (Day school students) and control group (Boarding school students) and investigated. Each of the two groups was taught social studies for 9 weeks by only one social studies teacher.
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