This descriptive survey was on abduction threat surviving skills in basic school education curriculum in Nigeria: teachers' views. The purpose of the descriptive survey was to determine Lower and Middle Basic School teachers' views on infusing abduction threat surviving skills in Basic school curriculum for schoolchildren safety in school environment. The population comprises 209 public school primary teachers in Umuahia North L.G.A. of Abia State. The simple random sampling technique with non-replacement technique was used to select the sample of 143 primary school teachers (41 male and 102 female teachers). Researchers' made attitude questionnaire titled” Basic School Teachers Questionnaire on infusing adoption threat surviving skills in Basic education curriculum. (BSTQIATSB) was used for data collection. It had reliability coefficient of 0.73 determined using Cronbach Alpha. The findings showed that Basic school teachers have positive views on infusing abduction threat surviving skills in Basic education school curriculum for schoolchildren safety in school environment. It was recommended among others that there is need by relevant authorities to infuse abduction threat surviving skills in Basic school education curriculum for safety of schoolchildren in school environment as to mitigate abduction threat.
Eke, Eke Ogbu; Obiageri, Ibebuike Ursla; Enwereuzoh, Ngozi; and Ubochi, Ijeoma
"Abduction Threat Surviving Skills in Basic School Education Curriculum in Nigeria: Teachers' Views,"
Young African Leaders Journal of Development: Vol. 4, Article 1.
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