The Effects of Alternative Disciplinary Measures on the Performance of Students: A Case Study of Takaba Primary/Secondary School-Mandera District of Kenya

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Kampala International University, bachelors degree of education
The study looked at the effects of alternative disciplinary measures on students discipline after the ban on corporal punishment by the government of Kenya. Following the ban, cases of student's indiscipline appeared to be on the increase hence sparking off debate on the re - introduction of corporal punishment. fhe topic attracted considerable research due to the instances of drug abuse, truancy, defiance and delinquency slowly taking riot in the learning institutions. t has been noted with regret that discipline has been greatly compromised hence falling academic standards. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of the disciplinary measures being used to manage students after the ban of corporal punishment. he instrument for the study will be questionnaire for Teachers and students and interviews scheduled for the head teachers The researcher hopeful that the research will be helpful to students, teachers and parents alike .. the researcher used both the descriptive and qualitative approaches to gather information from O.Ds; students, parents, teachers and the schools principles. The collected data was analyzed comprehensively in frequency distribution tables.
A Research Report Submitted To The Institute Of Open And Distance Learning In Partial Fulfillment Of The Award Of Bachelor Of Education Of Kampala International University.
Alternative Disciplinary Measures on the Performance of Students, Mandera District of Kenya