influence of school based policies on internal efficiency in public day secondary schools in nyatike sub-county, kenya.
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Policies formed at the school level have tended to interfere with national agenda universal schooling in many countries of the world. a study therefore was carried out on the influence of school-based policies on internal efficiency in public day secondary schools in nyatike sub county, kenya. the study was guided by three objectives; students’ grade to grade promotion policy, schools time management policy and school time tabling. the design employed in this study was descriptive survey. the researcher targeted all 52 secondary schools in nyatike sub-county. stratified random sampling was used to arrive at the chosen samples for the study. the school-based policies analyzed were found to affect the internal efficiency in education in public secondary schools. the government’s policy of no repetition, was found be flowed by all the schools as they had their own students’ grade to grade promotion policy based on students’ performance in internal examinations. all schools visited were found to be using exams for promotions. ninety point zero three percent of the students responded that rules put by schools on student grade to grade affects their wellbeing and stay in school. sixty one point five three percent of the students sampled believed student grade to grade policy has an impact on repetition of students. on time management policy, a majority of the schools did not have strategic plans to guide the operations in schools. however, the schools had timetables as required by the ministry of education. no effort was put in place to assist weak students in bettering in their academics to meet the set school targets for promotion. in conclusion the internal school policies on grade to grade promotion have affected greatly the internal efficiency in education in nyatike sub-county. the inefficiency index of 1.3 was found. there is poor implantation of time management policy and there is a lot of waste of time in the afternoons in the sub-county. it is recommended that close monitoring be done by the sub-county director of education office on implementation of no student repetition policy.
CitationW KI. "Influence of School Based Policies on Internal Efficiency in Public Day Secondary Schools in Nyatike Sub-County, Kenya. ." American Journal of educational research. 2018;6(3):161-169.
university of Nairobi
Subjectterms used, academic performance, automatic promotion, internal efficiency, students’ grade to grade promotion policies, time management policy
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