This project studied the cause of disparity between male and female enrolment in Enugu State College of Education (Technical) Enugu.
Chapter one the research population comprised student and lecturers of Enugu State College of Education (Technical) Enugu from three schools namely, school of business education, science education and technical education. The population prompted the researcher to regard the entire population as the sample.
The questionnaire was the major instrument used. It was found that the implementation and non workability of government policy, guidelines, programmes, etc. militate against male interest in the study of business course. Also, the shabby way equity training was handled which fail to emphasis and encourage male enrollment in business education was another factor that coursed disparity. It was also discovered that the shift to other department/ schools by male student is an indication of a drift from school of business education thereby causing disparity between male/female enrolment.
Generally, if government should address the issues raised in the findings by making adequate provisions both in human and material resources it will go a long way in reducing to the barest minimum the disparity between male/female enrolment in the schools of Business Education in Enugu State College of Education (Technical) Enugu.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
Background to the study
Statement of problem
Purpose of study
Significance of study
Scope of the study
Limitation of the study
Review of related literature
Concept of business education
Issues in Business education
The curriculum of business education
Effects of the studentsâ€™ previous knowledge
Social regards for some courses in business education
Design of study
Population for the research
Sample for the study & method of sampling
Method of data collection
Method of analysis
Reliability of the instrument
Data analysis and interpretation
Summary, Recommendation and Conclusion
Implication for education