Tables index

From

Influence of School Based Policies on Internal Efficiency in Public Day Secondary Schools in Nyatike Sub County, Kenya

Khatete Ibrahim

American Journal of Educational Research. 2018, 6(3), 161-169 doi:10.12691/education-6-3-1
  • Table 1. Sampling Frame
  • Table 2. Responses of principals by gender
  • Table 3. Number of years the principals have taken in their stations
  • Table 4. Gender of class teachers
  • Table 5. Teachers’ response on professional training
  • Table 6. Teachers’ response on their stay in their work stations
  • Table 7. Age brackets of the Form Three and Form Four students
  • Table 8. Teachers’ response on learners’ promotion being pegged on exams
  • Table 9. Dropout rates from form one
  • Table 10. Distribution of students’ total years in school since class one as at form three
  • Table 11. Distribution of students’ total years in school since class one as at form four
  • Table 12. Response by principals on availability of strategic plans
  • Table 13. Principals’ and class teachers’ responses on time management
  • Table 14. Opinions of students on coping with afternoon lessons
  • Table 15. Activities students engage in during the weekend