The Impact of High Teacher Turnover Rate on Academic Performance: A Case Study of Selected Secondary Schools in Iganga District

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Kampala International University, school of Arts with education
This study looks at the impact of The Impact of High Teacher Turnover Rate on Academic Performance a Case Study of Selected Secondary SchOols in Iganga District. The study was aimed at identifying the challenges students face due their time of study while residing in the schools’ premises, and how these challenges effect their academic performance in class and outside class. The study further suggested amicable solutions for the challenges found out during the field study. To achieve the objectives of this study, the researcher used a mixed method approach which involved the survey of students in the selected secondary schools and questioners were also administered in this as forms of data collections. The study revealed that bullying of students especially the new comers was the major challenges in boarding schools. In addition, the struggle for acceptance stress and the need for adjustment were also found out as challenges that students face during the study. Nevertheless, there were cases where others experienced improvement in their academic performance due to ample time that they enjoy while residing in school premises under teachers close supervision. Also, respondents shared ideas, discussed and participated in answering the questions among themselves on this topic
A Research Report Submitted To The Faculty Of Education Open And Distance E- Learning In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Award Of A Bachelor Of Arts With Education Of Kampala International University
Impact of High Teacher Turnover Rate on Academic Performance, Iganga District