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Level of awareness, perception and attitude of senior secondary school students towards water in Chanchanga Local Government Area, Niger state

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This Study examined the level of awareness, perception and attitude of senior secondary school towards water in Chanchanga Local Government Area of Niger state. Three research questions were formulated for this study. The research questions addressed three parameters which are awareness, perception and attitude. Questionnaires were shared among senior secondary school students, which were used to assess the level of awareness, perception and awareness towards water. The results obtained from this study, were subjected to statistical analysis. The analysis revealed that, there is a significant level of awareness, perception and attitude towards water among senior secondary school students in Chanchanga Local Government Area of Niger State.
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74-98
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  • Directorate of Continuing Education, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) College of Education, Zuba-Abuja / Department of Agronomy, Cross River University of Technology, Nigeria
  • Chemistry Department, FCT College of Education, Zuba-Abuja, Nigeria
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  • Directorate of Continuing Education, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) College of Education, Zuba-Abuja / Department of Agronomy, Cross River University of Technology, Nigeria
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