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Title: School management and learners performance in selected primary schools of Kabiemit Zone, Nandi County,Kenya.
Authors: Kiyeny, Cherwon Mark
Keywords: School
Issue Date: Aug-2011
Publisher: Kampala International University.College of Education
Abstract: A qualitative study was carried out in Kabiemit educational zone to assess the roles of Head teachers in managing schools and learner's performance. The following objectives guided the study; to establish the relationship between coordination and academic performance; to find out the influence of the headmasters ability to organize; to establish whether provision of growth and development has any impact on performance. The instruments used to collect data was a questionnaire which was distributed to teachers to rate their head teachers. Finding showed that a great number of head teachers performed on average their role of coordinating and organizing school activities but majority were average in communicating and handling information and were good in motivating the workers in school organizations. It was recommended that they go for further training since they had lowly qualification and to gain more knowledge and skills in management.
Description: Report submitted to the Institute of Open and Distance Learning in partial fulfillment for the requirement for the award of bachelor of Education with Arts of Kampala International University
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