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IMPACT OF EDUCATION IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS (A CASE STUDY OF MUSHIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCIL)

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 Format: MS WORD ::   Chapters: 1-5 ::   Pages: 90 ::   Attributes: Questionnaire, Data Analysis,abstract, table of content, references ::   2,504 people found this useful

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ABSTRACT

The study examined the impact of education on rural development process. Faced with slow rate of development in rural areas as compared to urban cities, the researcher set out to examine the relationship between education and rural development as well as highlight various challenges facing the teaching and learning process in rural settlements using Mushin Local Government Area as a case study. Concerning methodology, the researcher employed both primary and secondary sources of data. Questionnaires were distributed to 232 respondents in the local government area to get responses in view of the problem identified in the study. Data was analyzed using simple percentages and the Pearson Correlation Movement placed at a significant level of 0.05. Findings from the study revealed that Education helps in the development of Mushin local government area of Lagos state, there is a significant relationship between education and provision of basic infrastructure in Mushin local government area of Lagos state, and there is a significant relationship between education and rural development in Mushin local government area of Lagos state. Key recommendation from the paper suggest government agencies especially at the grass root level to formulate policies that will ensure significance development in the education sector as this will in turn contribute positively to the socio-economic wellbeing of rural areas in Nigeria.

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

  1. Background to the Study
  2. Statement of the Problem
  3. Objectives of the study
  4. Research Questions
  5. Hypotheses of the Study
  6. Significance of the Study
  7. Scope of the Study
  8. Limitations of the study
  9. Definition of Terms

CHAPTER TWO: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

2.1 Conceptual Framework                                                                                                                

2.2 Models of rural development process

2.3 Strategies of rural development process

2.4 Practice of rural development

2.5 Provision of basic infrastructure in rural development

2.6 Rural development and education

 

CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.1 Research Design

3.2 Area of Study

3.3 Population of the Study

3.4 Sample Size and Sampling Technique

3.5 Data Collection Method

3.6 Data Analysis Technique

 

CHAPTER FOUR: DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION

4.1 Distribution of Questionnaires

4.2 Presentation of Tables

4.3 Test of Hypotheses

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1 Summary of findings

5.2 Conclusion

5.3 Recommendations

REFERENCES

APPENDIX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

 

Background to the Study

        According to National Population Commission (2012) it is generally believed that Nigeria has a total population of 170 million people, out of this number 67% live in the rural areas while the remaining 34% live in the urban centres.Nigeria is a country in Africa continent located in West of Africa close to the equator extending from latitude 4˚N to14˚ and from longitude 3˚E to 15˚E. Except for the Atlantic ocean to the south, Nigeria is surrounded by French-speaking countries; Niger, Cameroun and BeninRepublic. Nigeria is a third world country which means it is a developing country.

        However, the fact that most of the population reside in the rural areas indicate that rural areas need more of infrastructural development such as good roads, electricity, good and well equipped schools for the growth and betterment of the people living in the rural areas. But in Nigeria, the reverse is the case. More attention is given to the urban centre for the detriment of the rural areas, as a result of the notion that urban centre are more populated; so they need more basic infrastructure than the rural areas. This perception has caused imbalance between the urban centre and the rural dwellers by creating a wide gap. By this gap the urban centre are growing immensely living the rural areas in a state of stagnation and depreciation which is growing at an alarming rate.

In the case of Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State being one of the largest local governments with a population of about 1.6 million people in which 74% of them living in the rural areas lack basic infrastructure for growth and development. Moreover, it is generally agreed that education has impact more substantially in rural area development process in developing nations. Therefore, education has a controlling influence over the development of rural societies, communities, individual or group of individuals and families which leads to the reduction of low income rate, poverty and rural-urban migration.

        Although, education has made a significant impact on rural areas in terms of marking personnel maintenance, system of supplying farm production, health care and good governance, but failure of government to tackle rural development and recognition of the importance of rural areas and rural people to the economic development still remains an issue.

        The major aim of education is learning which is achieved through the teaching and learning process. According to Plato (437-337 BC) “Aesthetic education brings grace to the body and nobility to the mind. Until man in his physical and sensuous mode of being has been accustomed to the laws of beauty, he is not capable of spiritual liberty”. Therefore education would be incomplete without due consideration being given to rural areas. Education holds a significant place in this regard, so far as it forms a very convenient and powerful medium for individuals express themselves in a variety of ways in any situation including his mental skill in relation to overall academic performance. However, it is sad to note that some schools in rural areas have no rooms allocated for teaching even some with class rooms lack furniture; in some schools, teaching is carried on in makeshift classrooms and this can be uninspiring and boring. Inadequate and half-baked teachers in some secondary schools are also an issue of concern in this study (Madeki S.J (2008)).

        Education impacts social change, by improving individual social position as well as standard of living. Education also increases critical ability of rural people to diagnose their needs, assert their right, taking greater control of decision affecting their lives. Education has the potential to respond to the transformation of rural areas, increase labour force and enhancing security. As the pivot of the educational system, the National policy on Education (FRN, 1981) noted that teachers in all educational institutions including the universities, should be professionally trained because is considered as a tool to be used for the integration of the individuals into the society to achieve self-realization, develop national consciousness, promote unity and strive for social-economic, political, scientific, cultural and technological progress.

        Durojaiye (1996) indicates three aspects that are of immediate relevance to education:

1.  The learner, his growth and development, his needs and motivation, his individual characteristics and achievement, his nutritional state and the child-rearing approached employed by his parents.

2. The learning situation, the school and wider society, the cultural context and effects on learning.

3.  The learning process and the teacher who makes them happen including his method, approaches and personality.       

Education has brought about phenomenal changes in every aspect of human’s life.

Brown (2011) opines that education is a process which brings about changes in the behaviour of the society. It enables every individual to efficiently and effectively participate in societal activities and make a positive contribution to the progress of the society. Education create awareness in the rural areas regarding their right to education as stipulated in Article 26 of the United Nation Declaration of Human Right (1984) which says that:

1.  Everyone has the right to education.

2.  Education shall be free at least in elementary and fundamental

stages

3. Primary education shall be compulsory

4. Education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all in the basis of merit.

        The concentration of education in urban centres rather than rural areas has done more harm than good; it accelerates rural-urban migration, generating youth unemployment. This makes rural areas undergrowth or underdeveloped. Education enhances the capacity of people, expanding the area of competence and changes orientation and attitude which significantly improve the life style of people both in rural areas and urban centers. According to World Bank (2002) Education policy and programme must be carefully designed at both national and local levels.

        Impact of education in area of health is indisputable especially in area of mortality rate. However, in other to lower Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and achieve the lowest possible Total Fertility Rate (TFR) in rural areas education has a crucial role to play in girls that dwell in the rural areas, better education of a female child or pass through a process of learning can drastically reduce maternal and infant mortality; it will also bring about positive impact for family health, birth spacing, few children and fertility related issues, better care of children, seeking right services and counsel at the right point in time and the right places, and promote health and survival and life expectancy along with economic productivity for a better standard of living.

        Education can initiate social change by transforming the out look and attitude of man; it can also bring about a change in the pattern of social relationship and thereby causing social change. This social change can be good behaviour, respect to elders, obeying one’s culture and all these have been the impact of education in rural development process. Be that as it may, education in Nigeria is now more of a private enterprise, but a huge government venture that has witnessed a progressive evolution of government complete and dynamic intervention and active participation. The federal government of Nigeria has adopted education as an instrument par-excellent for effecting national development.

Statement of the Problem

        This research is an attempt to investigate the discrepancies between urban and rural areas in terms of educational rural development process.

        The gap between urban and rural areas arising from conduciveness of environment, availability of manpower and facilities in the teaching and learning process.

        Other issue of textbook selection or recommendation is a matter of concern to curriculum planners, the teachers and even the ministries of education.

Research Questions

1.     Is there any relationship between education and provision of         basic infrastructure in Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State?

2.  Is there any relationship between education and rural       development process in Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State?

3.     Is there any impact of education in rural areas in Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State?

4.      Is there any difference between education and social changes in Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State?

Hypotheses

        This research is based on the following hypotheses.

1.     There is no significant relationship between education and    provision of basic infrastructure in munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State.

2.     There is no significant relationship between education and    rural development process in Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State.

3.     There is no significant impact of education in rural areas in Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State

4.     There is no significant difference between education and social         changes in Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State.

Purpose of the Study

        The purpose of this research is to look at the impact of education in rural development process in Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State.

        It is also to investigate whether there is any existing relationship between education and rural development process in Munshin Local Government Area.

        Also to find out if people in rural area benefit from basic infrastructure in Munshin Local government Area.

        To determine the impact of education in rural area in Munshin Local Government Area.

        To investigate if education has improved social changes in rural area of Munshin Local Government Area.

Significant of the Study

        This study when completed will be beneficial to the students, tertiary institutions, teachers and ministries of education.In addition, the study will try to provide adequate and enough information for planners of educational policies and curriculum with a particular reference to rural development process. No doubt, the study will help ministries of education to make useful and important recommendations on how to develop rural areas.

        The curriculum designers could receive vital information about the problem being suffered in rural areas in teaching and learning and may adopt a system of solving the problems that will eliminate the difference and bridging the wider gap between urban and rural areas.Be that as it may, the study will no doubt enrich the libraries with useful copies of papers as researchers in Munshin Local Government Area in particular and Nigeria at large. It will also provide relevant information to researchers who might be interested in the educational research.

Scope of the Study

        This study is designed to show areas to which the research work is carried out; it includes both the male and female staff of Munshin Local Government Council because the research is not affected by sex.

Limitation of the Study

        This study is meant to cover all the senior staff of Munshin Local Government Area of Lagos State. But due to financial constraint, only 40 senior staff were used for the research. The result from this study will be used to generalize all the senior staff in Munshin Local Government Area, LagosState.

Definition of Terms

Impact: a marked effect or influence.

Imbalance: A lack of proportion or balance.

Stagnate: Showing little activity.

Immensely:  To a great extent, extremely.

Pivot: The central point.

Discrepancy: A difference or lack of compatibility between two or more facts that should be similar.


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