SCHOOL PLANT LIGHTING, ACOUSTIC, LAYOUT AND STUDENTS' ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN KEBBI STATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS, NIGERIA
This study ex-rayed the relationship among school plant lighting, acoustics, layout and students' academic performance in Kebbi State secondary schools. Data was generated through the use of examination results format; observation inventory and questionnaire were made up of 500 teachers, 69% of them from school. The data collected was analysed using Pearson Correlation statistics. The results obtained showed that there was a significant positive and high relationship between students’ academic performance and the quality of school plant lighting, acoustics and layout respectively. It was recommended among others that school plant construction should pay greater attention to those abetment measures and that layout of school plants should be strictly based on properly drawn master plans as approved in the educational specification of the Kebbi State Ministry of Education.
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