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Informative Article | Pedagogy | Congo | Volume 7 Issue 6, June 2018
Motivational Factors for School Abandonment for Children in Neighborhood in Lubumbashi
Abstract: The study under investigation focuses on the motivational factors of dropping out of the Ndjandja neighborhood in Lubumbashi. It pursued as objective - Identify the factors that cause children to drop out of school so that precautions can be taken so that children can study until they finish their education. We used the survey method with observation and free maintenance as techniques. It is based on education and schooling of young people. Field results show that - The children who left school in the Ndjandja district are between the ages of 12 and 16 years old and have dropped out of first and second cycle education and some in the third, fourth and sixth secondary years, - The school dropout of these children is dependent on the following factors the socio-economic situation of their parents, the bad company of the child, the influence of the environment in which the child evolves, the death of the parents or guardian parents & #039, divorce, accelerated absence from class and repetition in a class, - The non-enumerable activities of parents are the cause of financial difficulties in the education of their children, - The abundance of children in a family discriminates in the choice of schooling for children when income is too low, - The parents never established a relationship with the school when their children were studying, it was the school itself that was in charge of communicating or joining the family in case of a problem at school, - When the parents & #039, level of education is too low, the chance to send their children to school is very small.
Keywords: motivation - school dropout
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 6, June 2018,
Pages: 670 - 677