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Effects of student transfers on learning and academic performance in selected public secondary schools in Bureti District, Kericho County, Kenya
Education in Kenya takes into account the level of performance in KCSE as a major criterion for indicating the quality of a student and ability for further studies. It is against this backdrop that concerted efforts by ...
Influence of teachers' assessment practice in enhancing performance mathematics among secondary school students in Mombasa district, Kenya
one of the objectives of every system of education is to improve the welfare of every individiula and the society at large. This may be achievable if performance of the learners in all academic disciplines is taken into ...
A comparison of teachers' and students' attributions regarding mathematics achievements: a case of Senior Chief Koinange high school, Kiambu district
In learning, persons ascribe the causes of their success or failure to factors such as ability, effort, and difficulty of the test or luck. Their motivation for similar learning tasks depends not only on whether they ...
The impact of socio-cultural and economic factors on girls' access to and performance in secondary education in Kenya: a case of Garissa District, Garissa County
Girls' performance in secondary education has remained a challenge in Kenya and in particular Garissa District. This may be attributed to various factors ranging from socio-cultural to economic factors. This study sought ...
Efficiency implications on quality of public day primary schools in Kyeni Division, Embu county, Kenya
Although major strides have been made in education in Kenya, the system exhibit high levels of inefficiency, particularly at the lower levels. This is evidenced by high national pupil-teacher ratio, poor performance in ...
Relationship between School Based Tests’ Validity, Reliability and Performance in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education in Nairobi City County, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2021)
Research has shown that the flexibility of the continuous assessment tests makes it possible for teachers to develop tests without adhering to rules governing test construction. Such tests do not have a standard and a ...