TEACHERS ATTITUDE TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF KUPWARA DISTRICT OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR STATE, INDIA
This study provides a detailed description of the teacher’s attitude towards environmental education and sustainable development. A total of 100 teachers from 30 different secondary schools were selected and administered an attitude scale consisting of 30 items having both positive and negative statements. The sample consisted of high school teachers of Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir State, India and after analysis of the data, it was found that majority of the teachers have positive attitude towards environmental education and sustainable development.
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