Factors Affecting Students’ Academic Performance in Colleges of Education in Southwest, Nigeria (Published)
This study was carried out to assess factors affecting students’ academic performance in Colleges of Education in southwest, Nigeria. Four hundred and eighty students from six Colleges of Education were randomly selected for this study. Data collected were analyzed with descriptive and inferential statistics. The results obtained showed that 52.4% of the respondents were between 20 – 24 years of age, predominantly female (67.6%), supported by family/guardian (88.9%), stayed off-campus (69.8%), had personal motivation for studying Education (65.8%) and bold (91.1%). Also, results of parental background revealed that the parents were married (63.8%), educated (68.2%), and earned average income of ₦60,604.5/month. The study concludes that students’ factors, parental background, school factors, and teachers’ factors have serious influence on students’ academic performance. It is hereby recommended that school facilities should be adequately provided; Colleges of Education should be given appropriate attention and funding while government should provide alternative power supply by purchasing generator plant for Colleges of Education.
The Reliability Statistics of the Essential Factors Affecting A Successful Start-Up in Vietnam (Published)
In Vietnam, never the phrase “Start-up” is mentioned as much as in recent days. It’s like an impulse to act from a practical need. The year of 2016 was also chosen by the Government as the Year of Start-up. That is the good sign as the leaf spring newspapers. The core point when it comes to the spirit of starting a country and starting a business or individual is to think creatively and ceaselessly of the nation as well as of every individual and enterprise. Starting a business and continuous creative energy with a sense of fortitude is one of the key motivations for nation, enterprises and individuals to thrive if they do not want to a successful Start-up in Vietnam. The objective of the study is to test the reliability statistics of the key factors which affecting a successful startup in Vietnam. There were 200 managers of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) interviewed and answered about 13 questions. Data collected from April 2017 to November 2017 for managers of SMEs. The paper had been analyzed Cronbach’s Alpha testing and the result of Cronbach’s Alpha analysis which used for multiple regression analysis (next research). Managers’ responses measured through an adapted questionnaire on a 5-point Likert scale (Conventions: 1: Completely disagree, 2: Disagree, 3: Normal; 4: Agree; 5: completely agree). Hard copy and online questionnaire distributed among 100.000 managers in Vietnam. The research results processed from SPSS 20.0 software.