• Is there a Relationship between Employees Satisfaction and their Performance?:the Case of Teachers in Tanzania Government-Owned Schools
    education sector. Considering teachers work in government-owned primary and secondary schools in Tanzania as a sample, this paper employs secondary data, interview, personal observation and experience in the Tanzanian education sector to examine the relationship between satisfaction and performance...
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    Journal of Education and Practice ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online) Vol 1, No 1, 2010 www.iiste.org Indiscipline Among the Female Secondary School Students in Selected Rural Communities of Rivers State in Nigeria : Causes and Effects on Academic Performance Sarumi Abidoye, Ph.D1...
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  • Mini Research
    ). Social Economic Factors influencing students Academic Performance ( Retrived from www.thefreelibrary.com 06/03/2012.14 P.m). Femina april 2009 “Abortion skills a secondary school student” Kiura, J. (1994), School Based programs to reduce sexual risk behavior, Dar-es...
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  • Reasearch Proposal
    performance of Mathematics subject in form four National examinations in Kimala secondary school. 1.3. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 1.4. GENERAL OBJECTIVE To evaluate the form four students’ Mathematics performance in National examinations. 1.5. SPECIFIC OJECTIVE .To investigate how...
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  • Research Proposal
    STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF URBAN AND RURAL SCHOOLS IN ARUSHA-TANZANIA I ABSTRACT This study highlights the impact of using English as the language of instruction on students‟ academic performance in secondary schools particularly...
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  • An Assessment of the Quality of Private Schools’ Performance in West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (Wassce)
    showed that, indiscipline affects academic performance of students. The study also found out that absenteeism and truancy have negative influence on school management. The study also revealed that the most common indiscipline behaviour among principals in the research is under utilization of available...
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  • Maga
    secondary school students undergo by watching television 1.4Research questions 1-How television program cause poor performance to secondary school students? -poor performance of secondary school student at national examination -students lose concentration in the class. 2-Is...
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  • Reseach Proposal
    the ward (community) secondary school around in the district. this was chosen because in Mpwapwa ward secondary school are more dominant and performance of students in National Examination is not very well, so aim to seek the reality on how competence based learning take place in this school, also the...
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  • Copral Punishment to Students
    will involve four schools as ten percent of 43 schools from Nyamagana with sample size of 50 teachers, including Headmasters but less considering students or parents views on proposed revision of corporal punishment in Tanzania secondary schools. 1.5 RESEARCH OBJECTIVES 1.5.1 (a) General objectives...
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  • Quality Education in Secondary Schools in Tanzania
    teachers in school will affect the performance of the teacher in the delivery of education of education to the student. Poor working environment for teacher are such as lack of meal provision during working time for rest and others • Administrative support and leadership In secondary school...
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  • Student
    . According to District Education Officer [DEO] for Longido District Council, Supeet Mseyu, the statistics are for 2007 up to 2009 period where 36 of the drop-out were secondary school students. Makanya village is among the affected villages in Tanzania. This village situated in Kilimanjaro region...
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  • Mr. Kenneth Ndulute
    works (Osaki, 2007) 2.2. Teaching of Science Process Skills in Tanzania Teaching of science and hence, science process skills in Tanzania secondary schools has been poorly and traditionally conducted. It has been driven by the pressure of performance on high-stakes testing thus over emphasizing...
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  • How Pastoral Care Policy Has Contributed to the Management of Junior Secondary Schools In Botswana
    remains a challenge (Republic of Botswana, 2006). Junior secondary schools in Botswana continue to experience quite a lot of challenges such as indiscipline amongst learners and low academic performance (Keoreng, 2008). Keoreng (2008) further confirmed cases of indiscipline as including teenage...
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  • science
    indiscipline of Secondary school students How the administration deals with indiscipline students Responses Percentages % Suspension 7 28% Flogging 18 72% Total: 25 100% Table 4 Table 4 shows how the administration deals with indiscipline students by the respondents who answered the...
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  • Research Paper
    performance. and group them in connection to MFI performance. 1.2 Microfinance Developments in Tanzania and Customer Dropouts Rate in East Africa Economic reforms have been implemented in Tanzania since the mid-1980s which essentially entailed the shift from an administratively managed and public sector...
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  • education
    extend the TESSA ‘way of working’ into secondary schools. It has been suggested (SEIA, 2007) that secondary education does not contribute to human capability development as effectively as it could and that student learning and achievement remain low. Furthermore, strong performance in mathematics...
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  • Oppapers
    punishment in the school? How do students view corporal punishment? What are effects of corporal punishment on the academic performance of the students? What shows that the improvement in academic performance is a result of punishment? Are there any alternatives to corporal punishment? What are the alternative ways of shaping the behaviors and academic performance of students in secondary schools?...
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  • Educational Leadership
    school. Whether this shall improve the quality of education at that school depends on how the improved and retained teaching capabilities and capacities are combined with other inputs. Schools’ spending levels or fees are not by any means the indicators of the quality of education. Tanzania is...
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  • High School
    turnover and studentsindiscipline. 1.2 Statement of the problem Teacher performance is looked at as one of the ways in which academic excellence in schools can be enhanced, motivates students to work hard, reflects teachers‟ competence and brings 7 out teachers as agents of social...
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  • Girls Education
    analyzed and expressed in percentage and descriptions. The findings of the study indicated that the low intake and dropping out of females students from Narok University College is mainly influenced by school girl low performance at secondary level, and on joining these institutions we have cases of...
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