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Title: Family size and parental education on students’ academic performance in selected secondary schools in Mombasa District
Authors: Thuita, Ezra Muchoki
Keywords: Family size
Parental education
Academic performance
Mombasa District
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Kampala International University
Abstract: This study set out to establish the relationship between family size and parental education factors on students’ academic performance in selected public day schools in Mombasa District. The study tested two research hypotheses that; i) family size and ii) parental education factors significantly influence students’ performance in Mombasa district. The study employed both cross sectional and correlational survey designs, with a sample of 72 students selected following Mugenda& Mugenda (1999)’s suggestions, using simple random, stratified random and purposive sampling.
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Appears in Collections:Masters of Educational Management and Administration - Main and Ishaka Campus

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