SPECIAL EDUCATION PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIAL IN NIGERIA
  1. MORAL DISCIPLINE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN EKITI STATE OF NIGERIA
  2. HIV/AIDS RISKY BEHAVIOURS AMONG COMMERCIAL DRIVERS IN EKITI STATE
  3. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PREVALENCE OF SEXUAL IMMORALITY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN IDO/OSI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EKITI STATE.
  4. ISSUES IN EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES IN NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM.JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS AND MANAGEMENT
  5. TEACHING MORAL AND ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR AS THE FOUNDATION FOR LEADERSHIP
  6. RELIGION AND GOOD GOVERNANCE: NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE.
  7. PARENTS’ PERCEPTION, STUDENTS’ AND TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS SCHOOL SEX EDUCATION
  8. BETTER LEARNING IN SCHOOLS TO IMPROVE ATTITUDES TOWARD ABSTINENCE AND INTENTIONS FOR SAFER SEX AMONG ADOLESCENTS
  9. PARENTS’ AND TEACHERS’ VIEWS ON SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION AND SCREENING FOR SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS AMONG IN-SCHOOL ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN KENYA: A QUALITATIVE STUDY.
  10. IMPLICATION FOR STUDENT’S SEX EDUCATION IN KOREA
  11. ATTITUDES OF COSTA RICAN STUDENTS AND TEACHERS ON SEX AND POPULATION EDUCATION
  12. SEXUALITY EDUCATION IN FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES IN U.S. PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  13. THE EFFECT OF FACE-TO-FACE OR GROUP EDUCATION DURING PREGNANCY ON SEXUAL FUNCTION OF COUPLES IN NIGERIA
  14. ADOLESCENTS AND PARENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF BEST TIME FOR SEX AND SEXUAL COMMUNICATIONS FROM TWO COMMUNITIES IN THE EASTERN AND VOLTA REGIONS OF GHANA: IMPLICATIONS FOR HIV AND AIDS EDUCATION
  15. PARENTS’ PERCEPTION, STUDENTS’ AND TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS SCHOOL SEX EDUCATION
  16. PREVALENCE OF COCCIDIOSIS AMONG VILLAGE AND EXOTIC BREED OF CHICKENS IN MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA
  17. OUTCOMES OF A SYSTEMATICALLY DESIGNED STRATEGY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SEX EDUCATION IN LAGOS SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  18. REVIEW OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN SCHOOL-BASED SEX AND SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION IN NEPAL.
  19. FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CONTENT OF SEX EDUCATION IN U.S. PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS.
  20. PERCEPTIONS OF PORTUGUESE TEACHERS ABOUT SEX EDUCATION
  21. ABSTINENCE-ONLY AND COMPREHENSIVE SEX EDUCATION AND THE INITIATION OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND TEEN PREGNANCY
  22. PARENT OPINION OF SEXUALITY EDUCATION IN A STATE WITH MANDATED ABSTINENCE EDUCATION: DOES POLICY MATCH PARENTAL PREFERENCE?
  23. OUTCOMES OF A SYSTEMATICALLY DESIGNED STRATEGY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SEX EDUCATION IN DUTCH SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  24. ABSTINENCE-ONLY AND COMPREHENSIVE SEX EDUCATION AND THE INITIATION OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND TEEN PREGNANCY
  25. INTRODUCTION OF SEX EDUCATION INTO NIGERIAN SCHOOLS: THE PARENTS’, TEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES
  26. ABSTINENCE ONLY VS. COMPREHENSIVE SEX EDUCATION: POLICY NO GRAPH SERIES
  27. ASSESSMENT OF YOUTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PROGRAMS IN ETHIOPIA
  28. ASSESSMENT OF YOUTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PROGRAMS IN NIGERIA
  29. CURRENT STATUS OF HIV SENTINELS SURVEILLANCE DATA AND AIDS CASE REPORTING IN ETHIOPIA
  30. CURRENT STATUS OF HIV SENTINELS SURVEILLANCE DATA AND AIDS CASE REPORTING IN NIGERIA
  31.  OUTCOMES OF A SYSTEMATICALLY DESIGNED STRATEGY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SEX EDUCATION IN DUTCH SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  32. YOUTH LENS ON REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND HIV/AIDS: SEXUALITY AND FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION HELPS PREPARE YOUNG PEOPLE.
  33. OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN SCHOOL- BASED SEX AND SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION IN NEPAL
  34.  HIV/AIDS. PREVENTING INFECTION AMONG ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN NIGERIA.
  35. FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CONTENT OF SEX EDUCATION IN NIGERIA PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  36. PARENT OPINION OF SEXUALITY EDUCATION IN A STATE WITH MANDATED ABSTINENCE EDUCATION
  37. EXPLORATORY STUDY OF PARENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF TEACHING SEX EDUCATION IN HONG KONG PRE-SCHOOLS.
  38. EXPLORATORY STUDY OF PARENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF TEACHING SEX EDUCATION IN GHANA PRE-SCHOOLS
  39. PARENTS AND SEX EDUCATION: PARENTS’ ATTITUDES TO SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA SCHOOLS.
  40. PARENTS AND SEX EDUCATION: PARENTS’ ATTITUDES TO SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION IN WESTERN NIGERIA SCHOOLS
  41. PARENTS AND SEX EDUCATION: PARENTS’ ATTITUDES TO SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION IN GHANA SCHOOLS
  42. PUBLIC OPINION ON SEX EDUCATION IN US SCHOOLS
  43. PARENTS’ PREFERENCE AND BELIEFS ON SCHOOL-BASED SEX EDUCATION POLICY IN CALIFORNIA. THE PARENT’S PERSPECTIVE
  44. PERCEPTIONS OF PORTUGUESE TEACHERS ABOUT SEX EDUCATION
  45. NEW BRUNSWICK TEACHERS’ IDEAS ABOUT SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION. CAN J OF HUMAN SEXUALITY. 
  46. ABSTINENCE-ONLY AND COMPREHENSIVE SEX EDUCATION AND THE INITIATION OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND TEEN PREGNANCY.
  47. ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS AND PARENTS TOWARDS THE TEACHING OF SEX EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN CROSS RIVERS STATE
  48. SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION IN SCHOOL: THE SEX INFORMATION AND EDUCATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA
  49. PREDICTORS OF SEXUAL VALUE SYSTEMS AMONG LAGOS UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

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