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Title: Attitude of Secondary School Teachers Students and their Parents towards Equitable Education in Coimbatore
Researcher: Susheela S
Guide(s): Dr. R. Annakodi
Keywords: Equitable Education
Secondary School Teachers Attitude
University: Avinashilingam Deemed University For Women
Completed Date: 07.02.2017
Abstract: School education is the foundation for the superstructures of higher academic as well as newlineprofessional education. Implementing a new system of education or a curriculum can lead to a newlineparadigm change in education. The Equitable Education System in Tamilnadu is a new education newlinesystem which has brought about noticeable changes. It was formed with the vision of providing equal newlinequality of education to all students. The Equitable Education is a praiseworthy step that has added light newlinein the gloomy parts of our society. newlinei) Major objectives : newline1. To find out the level of attitude of teachers, students and their parents towards Equitable newlineEducation. newline2. To determine the attitude of teachers with respect to gender, age, educational qualification, newlineteaching experience, locality and type of school. newline3. To study the attitude of students with respect to gender, locality and type of school. newline4. To determine the attitude of parents with respect to gender, age, educational qualification, newlineoccupation, family income, number of children in the family and locality. newline5. To study the dimension-wise attitude of teachers, students and parents with respect to newlinevariables. newline6. To identify the factors that discriminate among the type of school with respect to students. newline7. To find the significant relationship between the dimensions of the attitude of teachers, newlinestudents and parents.Hypothesis: newlineand#61623; There is no significant difference in the attitude of teachers towards Equitable Education newlinewith respect to gender, age, educational qualification, teaching experience, locality and newlinetype of the school. newlineand#61623; There is no significant difference in the attitude of students with respect to gender, locality newlineand type of the school. newlineand#61623; There is no significant difference in the attitude of parents with respect to gender, age, newlineeducational qualification, occupation, family income, number of children in the family and newlinelocality.
Pagination: A4
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/137704
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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