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Student School Attendance And Academic Performance In Njoro District, Kenya: A Relational Analysis
Kenya is among the countries that have offered free education at primary and secondary levels, but performance is still wanting. Students gaining admission through joint admission board to public University in Njoro district is still low. This called for need to conduct a study on relationship between student school attendance and academic performance in Njoro District secondary schools. This study was set to look into student’s school attendance and academic performance. This study used descriptive survey design targeting all secondary schools in Njoro District. The target population for study consisted of 169 male and 89 female teachers. In addition, there were 4598 boys and 3306 girls
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