Causes of occupational stress among secondary school in kenya: A case of public secondary school in Mukurwe-ini District, Kenya
Kabugi, Wangeci Dinah
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One of the areas that is key to the success of secondary education is its proper management of its human resource. These studies were aimed at establishing causal factors of stress among secondary school teachers in Kenya and specifically to determine factors contributing to stress among teachers in Mukurwe-ini District. The study findings will be significant to the teacher's service commission, ministry of education, future researchers and the country at large. The research was carried out by cross-sectional survey. The research design to be adopted in the study was descriptive study design. The target population were trained teachers in public secondary schools in Mukurwe-ini district. The sampling method used was stratified sampling which was used to select 120 teachers for the study. Questionnaires were used for data collection. The data was organised and analysed through the use of descriptive statistics. Statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) was used to calculate the frequencies and percentages.