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|Socio- economic status and academic performance of students in science subjects in rural areas: a case study of Nyamagabe District, Rwanda
|Kampala International University
|This study intended to explore the relationship between parents’ socio-economic status in terms of occupation, education, assets and income and academic performance of students in science subjects, especially in the rural areas. This study seeks also to determine other factors responsible to the academic performance differences among students. The respondents of this study included 697 students of both senior six and senior three and 20 teachers of science subjects from five secondary schools of Nyamagabe district.
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|Masters of Educational Management and Administration - Main and Ishaka Campus
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