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 Background to the Study

 The success or failure of any nation is largely dependent on the type and quality of education of her citizens. Education is vital to the future growth of any nation. In fact, it empowers citizens to be both functional and responsive. Conscious of the all important roles of education in the comity of nations, the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the National Policy on Education (FRN, 2004) states that education is an instrument par excellence for effecting National development. Quality education involves the total development of the individual. According to Ogbonna (2000) quality education incorporates the cognitive, affective and psychomotor developments of the child. When education is integral, it forms the human person into being loving and caring, able to actualize his or her potentials, contribute to the attainment of the common good and fulfill his or her aspirations. Quality education, in this regard, according to the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN, 2004) has a religious and moral content. An aspect of education that is very significant in national development is moral instruction. Moral instruction, according to Education Scotland (2014), is a process where children and young people engage in a search for meaning, value and purpose in life. Peschke (2001) refers to Moral Instruction as the disposition and virtue needed by an individual to acquire and possess attitudes and guidelines as the foundations which assist in attainment of goals. According to Ogbonna (2000), moral instruction has to do with the training and acquisition of the right moral principles, internalization of societal values and acceptance of social norms, so as to behave in accordance with the expectations of the person’s social milieu. Put more succinctly, for the purpose of this study, moral instruction refers to the assistance given to children to enable them acquire those virtues or habits that help them to individually live good lives, and at the same time become productive and contributing members of their communities. It is not about any church or about any sectarian doctrinal exposure. Moral instruction heightens national awareness of the need for a responsible society. This is in line with the submission of Former Military President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, while launching the War Against Indiscipline (WAI) in 1984. Anih (2014) states that according to Buhari, without discipline which ensues by means of appropriate and timely moral instruction, the country would degenerate into a jungle where respect for law and order is disregarded, and traditional norms set aside. Discipline in the society is predicted by discipline in the families that constitute the society. Disciplined society breeds moral society.

Project detailsContents
Number of Pages179 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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