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Critical Analysis On How Over Emphasis On Examination Influence Provision Of Quality Education In Secondary Schools In Kenya
The Kenyan society attaches a lot of value to examinations. This is witnessed by over-emphasis of mean score which is used as a measure to rank the academic performance of schools. Teachers have been always under pressure from school administration and parents to ensure students pass their examinations. Any student who does not attain set mean score is regarded as a failure. This has placed teachers between rock and hard surface to teach on test content as opposed to curriculum coverage thus negatively affecting quality of education. As a result of high expectations from teachers and parents, the motivational level of the students is negatively affected. The purpose of this study was therefo
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