Influence Of Secondary School Students’ Sexual Orientation On Attitude Towards Biology In
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Influence Of Secondary School Students’ Sexual Orientation On Attitude Towards Biology In Nakuru County, Kenya
Developing positive attitude towards learning in secondary school subjects including biology is one of the most important goals of every country’s national curriculum as it translates into improved students’ achievement. An individual’s attitude towards his or her physical, social or learning environment is a function of the socioeconomic, religious and moral environment in which he or she is brought up. This study aimed at determining whether students’ sexual orientation has any influence on attitude towards biology learning. A questionnaire was used to collect data from a sample of 379 form four students in public secondary schools in Nakuru County, Kenya. Results showed that bisexDownloadViews: 29

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