The Performance Of Students In Relation To Examination Malpractices In Secondary Schools In Mandera Central District, North Eastern Province, Kenya

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TABLE OF CONTENTS .DECLARATION .. ................ ............................................................................................ i APPROVAL ................................................................................................................ ii DEDICATION .................................................. ......................................................... iii ACKNOWLEDGMENT ........ .................................................................................... iv TABLE 0 F CONTENTS .................................................................................................... v LIST OF TABLES .................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined. ABSTRACT ............................................................................................................. viii INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................... I 1.1 Background to the Study ..................................................................................... I 1.4. 1 Research Questions ........................................................................................ 4 1.5 Scope of the Study ............................................. ............. ..................................... 4 1.6 Significance ofthe Study .................................................................................... 5 CHAPTER TW0 ................................................................................................................. 6 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE ...................................................................... 6 2.1 Overvie·w .............................................................................................................. 6 2.2 Find out the Impact of Examination Malpractice on Students Performance ....... 6 CHAPTER THREE ............... ............................................................................................ 14 3. 0 Overview ................................................................................. ........................... 14 3. 1 Research Design ...................................................................... ......... ................. 14 3.2 Population of the Study ..................................................................................... 14 3.3 Study Sample ..................................................................................................... 14 3.6 Research Procedure ............................................................................................... 15 3.8 Limitations of the Study .......... .......................................................................... 15 CHAPTER FOUR ................. .. ....... ................................................................................... 17 PRESENTTION, INTERPRETATION AND ANALYS IS OF DATA ....................... 17 4.1 Overview .............................................................................. .............................. 17 Table 4.1 Response Rate ...... ......................................................................................... 17 4.2.1 Age of Respondents .............................................................................................. 17 4.2.0 Teachers Bio Data ......................................................................................... 18 4.2.2 Respondents work Experience ............................................................................. 18 TABLE 4. 2 on Respondents Work Experience ............................................................ 19 4.3.1 Age of Respondents .............................................................. ...... .......................... 19 4.3.2 Respondents Work Experience ............................................................................ 19 TABLE 4.4 Respondents Work Experi ence .................................................................. 20 v 4.4.0 Students Bio-Data .................................. ............................... ................................ 20 Table 4.5 on distribution by class .................................................................................. 20 4.4.2 Distribution by Gender .......................... ........................................ ....................... 21 4.4.3 Age ofRespondents ....................................................................................... 21 4.5 Respondents Analysis .............................................................................................. 22 4.5.1 Teachers Analysis ...................................... ................. .......................................... 22 PERCENTAGE ..................................................... .......................... .............................. 22 4.5.2 Administration Analysis ....................................................................................... 22 PERCENTAGE .. ........................................................................................................... 22 4.4.3 Students Analysis ................................................................................................. 23 PERCENTAGE .............................................................................................................. 23 RESPONDENT ................................................................................ .............................. 23 Administrators' Analysis ............................................................................................... 24 RESPONDENT ....................................................................................... ............ ........... 24 Students Analysis .......................................................................................................... 25 RESPONDENT ........... ......................................................... .......................................... 25 Teachers Analysis ........................ .. ... ............ ................................................................. 25 Administration Analysis ........................................... ........... .......... ........................ ........ 26 Students Analysis ......................................... ............... ............................. ..................... 26 CHAPTER FIVE ................................................................................................. .............. 27 DISCUSSION, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS .............................. 27 5. 0 Overview ........................................................................................................... 27 APPENDIX A: QUESTIONNAIRE ON IMPACT OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PRACTICES ............................... 33 VI LIST OF TABLES Table 4. l Response Rate---------------------------------------------------------------------------17 The table below shows %age distribution in years--------------------------------------------18 TABLE 4. 2 on Respondents Work Experience------------------------------------------------19 Table 4.3 below Shows% Age Distribution in Years-----------------------------------------19 TABLE 4.4 Respondents Work Experience----------------------------------------------------20 Table 4.5 on distribution by class-----------------------------------------------------------------20 Table 4.6 on distribution by gender--------------------------------------------------------------21 Table 4. 7 below Shows % Age Distribution in Years-----------------------------------------21 Table 4.8 On Teacher's Analysis ----------------------------------------------------------------22 Table 4. 9 on Administration Analysis -----------------------------------------------------------22 Table 4.10 on Students Analysis------------------------------------------------------------------23 Table 4.11 on Teachers Analysis -----------------------------------------------------------------23 Table 4.12 on Administrators Analysis----------------------------------------------------------24 Table 4.13 on Students Analysis -----------------------------------------------------------------25 VII CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background to the Study The Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted in 1948, states that "everyone has a right to education". The World Conference on Education for All (EFA) held in Jomtien, Thailand in 1990, sparked off a new impetus towards basic education. It noted, "That to serve the basic needs for all requires more than a recommitment to basic education as now exists. What is needed is an expanded vision that surpasses resource levels, institutional structures, curricul a and conventional de livery systems, whi le building on the best in the practices". Since independence in 1963, the Government of Kenya has had a commitment to expand the education system to enable greater access to the popu lation. This has been in response to a number of concerns, among them the desire to combat ignorance, disease and poverty; and the belief that every Kenyan child has the right of access to basic welfare provisions, including education. Thus the government undertook the obligation to provide its citizens with the educational opportunity in order to take part full y in the socio-economic and pol itical development of the country and to attain a decent standard of living. 

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GABOW, M (2022). The Performance Of Students In Relation To Examination Malpractices In Secondary Schools In Mandera Central District, North Eastern Province, Kenya. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/the-performance-of-students-in-relation-to-examination-malpractices-in-secondary-schools-in-mandera-central-district-north-eastern-province-kenya

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GABOW, MOHAMED "The Performance Of Students In Relation To Examination Malpractices In Secondary Schools In Mandera Central District, North Eastern Province, Kenya" Afribary. Afribary, 13 Jun. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/the-performance-of-students-in-relation-to-examination-malpractices-in-secondary-schools-in-mandera-central-district-north-eastern-province-kenya. Accessed 10 Aug. 2022.

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GABOW, MOHAMED . "The Performance Of Students In Relation To Examination Malpractices In Secondary Schools In Mandera Central District, North Eastern Province, Kenya". Afribary, Afribary, 13 Jun. 2022. Web. 10 Aug. 2022. < https://afribary.com/works/the-performance-of-students-in-relation-to-examination-malpractices-in-secondary-schools-in-mandera-central-district-north-eastern-province-kenya >.

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GABOW, MOHAMED . "The Performance Of Students In Relation To Examination Malpractices In Secondary Schools In Mandera Central District, North Eastern Province, Kenya" Afribary (2022). Accessed August 10, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/the-performance-of-students-in-relation-to-examination-malpractices-in-secondary-schools-in-mandera-central-district-north-eastern-province-kenya