IMPACT OF PARENTS ON CHILD ACCESS TO EARLYCHOOD EDUCATION. A CASE STUDY OF IKERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAOF EKITI STATE - UNIPROJECTS

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IMPACT OF PARENTS ON CHILD ACCESS TO EARLYCHOOD EDUCATION. A CASE STUDY OF IKERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAOF EKITI STATE



IMPACT OF PARENTS ON CHILD ACCESS TO EARLYCHOOD EDUCATION. A CASE STUDY OF IKERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAOF EKITI STATE
 





ABSTRACT
This research study was aimed at investigating the impact of parents on child access to early childhood education, in Ikere-Ekiti  Local Governemnt Area of Ekiti State. Four research questions were used for the study. The study adopted a descriptive design targeting fifty (50) respondents in Ikere- Ekiti  Local Government Area of Ekiti State. The study administered a set if questionnaires to parents in Ikere Local Government Area of Ekiti State. Quantitative data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and presented in form of tables, and percentages. Data analyzed formed the bases of research findings, Conclusions and Recommendations of the study. It was also discovered that children that live far distance from school always get late to their respective ECE center. Also most of the children miss class because they come late to school. The parents were also found to have a level of education that is enough to make them understand importance of ECE since they were certificate holders. The study recommended that  government should encourage individual to establish ECE Centers. It was recommended that more ECE centers should be established to enable children get access to preschool education. Finally adult education should be intensified especially in the rural areas to reduce the problem of Low level of education by the parents as well as encouraging them have manageable family sizes as large family sizes have been found to negatively affect enrolment in ECE as well as other levels of education.
TABLE OF CONTENT
TITLE                                                                              PAGE
Title                                                                                                i  
Certification                                                                                   ii 
Dedication                                                                                     iii
Acknowledgement                                                                         iv
Abstract                                                                                         v
Table of Content                                                                            vii
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
Background of the study                                                                     
Statement of the problem                                                                   
Objective of the study                                                                        
Research questions                                                                                                                                    
Significance of study                                                                               
Limitation of the study 
Delimitation of the study                                                          
Definition of significant terms                                                                      
CHAPTER TWO: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Role of parents in Early Childhood Education
Parent’s level of Education and access to ECE
Distance from school and access to ECE                     
School fees and its influence to ECE                                                  
Family size and access to early childhood education    
Theoretical frame work                                                             
CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY        
Introduction                                                
Research Design                                                                            
Scope of the study
Population of the study                                                                  
Sample and sampling procedures     
Research Instruments
Validity of Instruments
Reliability of the instruments                                                    
Data Collection procedures                                                      
Data Analysis                                                                           
CHAPTER FOUR: ANALYSIS OF DATA AND RESULT
Introduction                                                                              
Analysis of Personal Data
Analysis of research questions
Discussion of result                                                                   
CHAPTER FIVE:
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Introduction                                                                                       
Summary                                                                                       
Conclusion                                                                                         
Recommendation of the study                                                                              
References                                                                                      
Appendix