AN INVESTIGATION ON THE LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION IN ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMMES IN KATSINA STATE, NIGERIA

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ABUBAKAR DAYYABU TSAURI
AUWAL MUHD FAROUQ
SANI GARBA MASHI

Abstract

The research assessed the level of participation in adult education programmes in two each of the 3 senatorial zones in Katsina State i.e. Katsina and kaita Local Governments in Katsina zone; Kankia and Daura Local Governments in Daura zone and Funtua and Matazu Local Governments in Funtua zone. Twenty (20) respondents were selected from each Local Governments, two wards from each ward of the selected local Governments. The total sample size of the respondents is sixty (60). The instrument for the study was structured questionnaire, titled: an investigation on the level of participation in adult education programmes in Katsina State. Data  are unaware of adult education programmes and that security problems hinder them from participating fully in the programmes. On the basis of these findings, recommendation were made.

Keywords:
Participation, adults education, programme, continuing education

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TSAURI, A. D., FAROUQ, A. M., & MASHI, S. G. (2021). AN INVESTIGATION ON THE LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION IN ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMMES IN KATSINA STATE, NIGERIA. Asian Journal of Advances in Research, 11(4), 32-35. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIR/article/view/2551
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