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Association Of Low Visual Acuity On Academic Performance Among Pupils In Public Primary Schools In Kisumu East Sub-county, Kenya
Despite the fact that more than 80% of classroom learning is visual in nature little has been done to ensure that visual acuity assessment is carried out regularly to detect children with visual acuity (VA) disorders and corrective measures promptly taken. Visual impairment in children is an important cause of poor mental, physical and social development. A study was conducted among standard eight pupils in primary schools in Kisumu East Sub-County to investigate the association of visual acuity on academic performance. Visual acuity testing was done using Snellen's chart. Visual acuity was considered low when the value achieved was equal to or less than 6/9.
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