Impact of Teachers, Parents, Pupils and Government Participation Towards Improving Quality of Education Among Selected Schools in Iring Region

TABLE ON CONTENTS

ABSTRACT .... , ..................................................................................... ii

DECLARA TIO)'! ............................................................................... iv

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SUPERVISOR i

APPROVAL ...................................................................................... v

COPYRIGHT.! ............................................................ , ..................... vi

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .......................................................................... vii

DEDICATION ................................................................. " .................. viii

TABLE OF CONTENT ............................................................................ ix

ACRONYMS .. , ..................................................................................... xii

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1

1.2

Background of the study ........ .

Statement of a problem ............ .

l .3.0 Purpose and significance of the study ....

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1.3.1 Objective of the study....................... . ............................................. 2

1.3.2 Specific objective of the study" ......................................................... 2

1.4 Significance of the study ................... .. .. ................... 2

1.5 Hypothesis of the study ........................... . . .................... 2

1.6 Limitation of the study .............. . .. ............. 3

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEV✓

2.1 Educational Quality Conceptualization .................................................. 4

2.2 Educatio1

h Quality Parameters and Empirical findings .................................. 4

2.2.1 Teacher~ and Education Quality ......................................................... .4

School Functioning ............................ .

Physical Facilities ............................. .

Teaching and learning materials .............. .

2.2.5 Pedagogial Orientation: .............. .

2.3. Primary Education Development F'rogrnmrnc ( PEllP) ............................... 9

2.3.2 Achievements ............................................................................... 9

2.4. Participation ................................................................................ I 0

2.4.1. Meaning of participation .................................................................. I 0

2.4.2. Principle for promoting participation ...... . . .................... 10

' 2.4.3. Importance of participation ...... . . .................... 11

CHAPTER THREE:RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY

3. ' I. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . ................ 12

3.2 The Study area: .................... . . ................ 12

3.3 Research Design ............... .. I

. ................ 12

3 .4. The Sample Population ............... . . .............. 13

3.5. Data Collection Techniques and lnsfrun enlatiun ......... ... ...... . ............. 14

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3.5.1 lnterview···································· .............................................. 15

' 3 .5 .2 Documentary review .................................................................... 15

3.5.3 Observation schedule ..................................................................... 15

3.5.4 Data analysis ............................................................................... 15

3.6 Instruments Validation ............ . .. ............... I 6

3.7 Ethical Considerations ............ . . ..................... 16

CHAPTER FOUR PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS ......... 17

4.1 Education Quality Perception ................................................................ 18

4.2 Community_w1derstanding of PEDP und itB ·.mpm:1 ....................................... 19

4.3 Community participation in programme planning process ................. 20

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4.4 Decision milking in programme i111plen1cntadn11 .................... .

4.5 Participation, and management of, programme activities...... .

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4.6. Monitoring and evaluation ........ . . .... ··················26

I CHAPTER FIVE: CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION ...................... 28

5.1 Conclusion ................................................................................. 28

Recommendations .......... . . .......................................... 29

5 .1. I General recommendation ..... .

' 5.2.2 Specific [recommendations .... . . ..................... 30

5.2.2.1 Children participation ........... . . ...................... 30

5.2.2.2 Parents participation .................................................................... 30

5.2.2.3 Teacher’s participation .................................................................. 3 I

5.2.3 Educati6n development policy ........................................................ 32

REFERENCES ......................................................... , ...... , ........................ 33

ATTACHMENTS .......................................... ······················ ·················36

' ' ATTACHMENT 1: interviews PLAN ....... ··················..... .., ............... 36

Intervie"}' planning matrix .................. .

Data Specification Matrix ................... .

ATTACHMENT 2: INTERVIEW QUEST!ON,IRF ....... .

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2.1. Pupils P1rticipation Admninistered............ .

2.2. Structure Questionnaire for School Menu Teachers interview ..................... .40

2.3. School Committee Member/Parents Administered Questionnaire .................. 42

2.4. In-depth Interview Questionnaire Guide with School Teachers/DEO ............. .44

ATTACHMENT 3: EDUCATION STATISTICS DATA COLLECTION TABLES .... .45


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LELEY, J (2022). Impact of Teachers, Parents, Pupils and Government Participation Towards Improving Quality of Education Among Selected Schools in Iring Region. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/impact-of-teachers-parents-pupils-and-government-participation-towards-improving-quality-of-education-among-selected-schools-in-iring-region

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LELEY, JAMES "Impact of Teachers, Parents, Pupils and Government Participation Towards Improving Quality of Education Among Selected Schools in Iring Region" Afribary. Afribary, 30 Aug. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/impact-of-teachers-parents-pupils-and-government-participation-towards-improving-quality-of-education-among-selected-schools-in-iring-region. Accessed 14 Jul. 2024.

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LELEY, JAMES . "Impact of Teachers, Parents, Pupils and Government Participation Towards Improving Quality of Education Among Selected Schools in Iring Region". Afribary, Afribary, 30 Aug. 2022. Web. 14 Jul. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/impact-of-teachers-parents-pupils-and-government-participation-towards-improving-quality-of-education-among-selected-schools-in-iring-region >.

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LELEY, JAMES . "Impact of Teachers, Parents, Pupils and Government Participation Towards Improving Quality of Education Among Selected Schools in Iring Region" Afribary (2022). Accessed July 14, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/impact-of-teachers-parents-pupils-and-government-participation-towards-improving-quality-of-education-among-selected-schools-in-iring-region