Enhancing Students’ Attitude towards Mathematics the Case of Three Mettu Secondary and Preparatory Schools in Illu Aba Bora Zone
AbstractStudents’ success in mathematics depends upon their attitude towards mathematics. It also influences the participation rate and achievement of students. The objective of this research study was to enhance attitude of Mettu Secondary and Preparatory Schools students’ towards mathematics. A closed ended, self-reported statements questionnaire with Likert type was used to collect data from the concerned stakeholders. Multiple regressions were used for data analysis.
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