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Abstract

The aim of the study was to find out the influence of school culture on students’ academic performance in public secondary school in Gwagwalada Area Council of FCT, Abuja, Nigeria.


Result revealed  that majorities of the respondents agreed that school culture influences good reading culture, class attendance, doing of assignments and home works, students’ culture of going for academic excursion, students’ preparation for continuous assessments, students preparation for exams, parents buying recommended textbooks for their wards (students) and that the school culture influences student –students collaboration and students’ academic performance in public secondary schools in Gwagwalada area council of FCT.

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School Culture Students Secondary school Academic performance

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Iyabode, A.E. 2021. Influence of School Culture on Students’ Academic Performance in Public Secondary School in Gwagwalada Area Council of FCT, Abuja, Nigeria. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 12 (Dec. 2021), 282-289. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v4i12.2575.

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