This study investigated the contribution of secondary schools in environmental protection in secondary schools in Gasabo District, Rwanda. Specifically, the study sought to; Identify the demographic characteristics of the respondents in terms of: Gender, category and Class/teaching experience; To investigate the extent and degree of severity of the problem of environmental protection in Rwanda; To assess students and teachers’ awareness about issues related to environmental protection and to determine the differences between male and female students and teachers in their level of environmental awareness. A descriptive survey research design was adapted where a total sample of 194 respondents including teachers and students were consulted. The primary data was collected using structured questionnaires for teachers and students. Consequently, mainly quantitative data were collected.
Jean Bosco Bugingo
Mr. Bugingo Jean Bosco is Educational Professional Expert with more than 8 years of experience.He is an Educational Researcher and Supervisor for Research Projects in Education, Educational Advisor, and Lecturer. He taught in Secondary Schools and Currently serving in Higher learning and Lecturing Professional Educational Courses.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
EDUCATION / Administration