Category: Education | Type: Research Paper | Style: APA | Level: Master | Pages: 4
The subject of the research is the experience of the students. The students from various backgrounds and the post-graduates have answered a questionnaire designed to outline their experience. The cohort of students was divided into groups according to the criteria of their living background. Those with manual skilled and partly skilled backgrounds were referred to as disadvantage students, those with professional and intermediate background were related to the advantaged group. The questionnaire included issues on seven topics concerning their educational university experience. These topics were as following: their family situation, employment, their non-educational activities, financial security, their evaluation of the quality of education and their opinion concerning social services and support.
... Non-degree 250,429 113,447 136,982 Degree or higher 396,408 192,314 204,094 Not stated 133,869 62,573 71,296 Total whose full-time education not ceased 467,317 222,774 244,543 Economic status Total at school, university, etc. 350,774 166,155 184,619 Other 116,543 56,619 ... Prior to free public schooling in the post primary age groups, many students were unable to continue with the education. This created a legacy of poverty within groups of citizens. They could not afford education to obtain higher paying jobs which led to a cyclic cycle of poverty. In 1995, the Education Research Center and the Combat Poverty Agency conducted studies to evaluate current practices of resolving economic ... View details
... in backward areas find it difficult to accumulate money for the implementation, or they are forced to raise tuition fees. Consequently, the ambitious curriculum revisions are not adequately becoming beneficial for the poor children and the children of the ethnic and coloured people. (Rossi & Montgomery 1994). It is found by many educational researchers that students will be more interested to work hard if their class room are useful in there real world work. The inadequacy of traditional vocational institutions are highlighted by many educationalist , since these institutions are lacking sufficient academic content, and thus failing to groom the students with proper skills. The upgrading of ... View details
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