Factors affecting academic performance of students in national examinations: a case study of Magarini zone, Magarini division, Magarini district Kenya

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Kampala International University,Institute of Open and Distance Learning
This study was to determine the relationship between teacher factors and students performance in KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education) in Magarini district, Kenya. All Secondary sources were revisited in the collection of related literature. The study used a descriptive a research design given the short period of time that was availed to the researcher. The findings of the study revealed the following: Teachers were found to be acting as role models, were possessing sound leadership skills and were of a helpful nature. It was recommended that there was need for the student- teacher centered approach in teaching learning.
A Research Project Submitted to the Institute of Open and Distance Learning in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of a Bachelor in Education (Arts) Kampala International University
Academic performance of students, National examinations, Magarini zone, Magarini division, Magarini district, Kenya