ATTITUDE OF PARENTS TOWARDS FEMALE EDUCATION ( EDUCATION PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS)
BACKGROUND OF STUDY
The attitude of parents towards female education is a topic many people frown at in the developing and undeveloped countries. It is regarded of them as taboo that female education is very important to enable matured persons especially parents acquint themselves with the efficacy of female education in the position sense.
Female education has been misunderstood by many as a means of sexual harassment due to ignorance.
The topic is considered to be paramount, as well as an important mechanism because secondary schools and higher institution of learning in our country Nigeria have been plaque with the problems of poor moral decadence among females in academics. Attempts have been made to define female education as parenthood education, education for effective or hygienic living with feminine gender as an integral Inseparable part of the individual. Female education helps the individual to develop the fullest creative skills as sexual human being at all stages of life.
As the name implies, it is perceived as the provision of female awareness or knowledge to people in the conceptual nitty gritty, female education is a comprehensive programme of individual development right from infancy to the declining year.
It is a programme designed to produce fully and charismatic desirable attitudes, values and moral behaviors amongst female, therefore the concepts of female education is broad in scope as it encompasses family and society. Teenagers in the society as well as children want to know about sex. Traditionally, children are supposed to receive information about the dangers of sex from their parents but many parents do not instruct their children about sex at all.
Eyitayo (2005) observed female education as those aspects of the curriculum whether from all or information which loyalty encompasses such topics as an anatomy and physiology of the reproductive system sexually transmitted disease or appropriate social aspects of sexuality.