A Study of Environmental Awareness among the Secondary School Students
The current research considers the environment, environmental awareness and environmental awareness and attitude to environmental education as dependent factors and regards the nation as independent variables. It considers gender, academic skills, length of experience and the specialized fields. The majorities have a reasonable degree of environmental awareness in both cities and a high level of environmental education attitude; Hamedan teachers have a higher average rating of all three factors compared with the Mysore teacher. In both nations, in each of the three variables there is no difference between male and female professors, science and arts instructors, while there are differences in the environmental, environmental and environmental education teachers with differing academic qualification and duration of teaching. In comparison to the lowest degree of parental awareness, parent attitude and high school student knowledge, environmental experts have achieved the greatest level of all components of AKA. Moreover, variables like as financial class, ethnicity and leisure preferences have led to variations in degrees of environmental AKA across the different groups.