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«THE INFLUENCE OF DISCIPLINE MANAGEMENT BY HEAD TEACHERS ON STUDENTS’ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED PRIVATE SECONDARYSCHOOLS OF BUSIRO COUNTY IN ...»

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B1: School rules and regulations Using the key given, choose or tick the right alternative that fits your opinion on management of

school rules and regulations as follows:

Strongly Disagree =SD, Disagree =D, Agree =A, Strongly Agree =SA

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1 The head teacher in this school ensures that all students have a copy of school rules and regulations.

2 The head teacher of this school is strict on students‟ dressing code.

3 The head teacher of this school maintains the required size of students‟ hair.

4 The head teacher of this school is strict on the possession of mobile phones by students 5 The head teacher of this school maintains that students get permission before leaving the school.

6 The head teacher of this school is strict on students having compulsory meals.

The head teacher of this school is strict on students‟ class attendance.

The head teacher of this school is strict on students having exams.

Section B2: Time management Using the key given, choose or tick the right alternative that fits your opinion on management of

school rules and regulations as follows:

Strongly Disagree =SD, Disagree =D, Agree =A, Strongly Agree =SA

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1 The head teacher of this school ensures that school activities respect the school timetable.

2 The head teacher of this school maintains that students enter classes on time for their studies.

3 The head teacher of this school ensures that teachers are punctual.

4 The head teacher of this school maintains that students get their meals on time.

5 The head teacher of this school ensures that the school bell is always rang on time for all school activities.

6 The head teacher ensures that exams are given to students and marked on time in this school.

Section B2: The administration of punishments Using the key given, choose or tick the right alternative that fits your opinion on management of

school rules and regulations as follows:

Strongly Disagree =SD, Disagree =D, Agree =A, Strongly Agree =SA

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1 The head teacher ensures that students are punished for the right cause in this school 2 The head teacher maintains that all students have a disciplinary file for recording their punishments.

3 The head teacher maintains that the disciplinary committee handles students‟ cases in this school.

4 The head teacher ensures that students are given reasonable punishments.

5 The head teacher observes that students serve the given punishments in this school.

6 The head teacher maintains that all students are equally punished in this school.

Section C: Dependent variable: Students academic performance.

Using the key given, choose or tick the right alternative that fits your opinion on management of

school rules and regulations as follows:

Strongly Disagree =SD, Disagree =D, Agree =A, Strongly Agree =SA

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1 My performance in class tests is pleasing.

2 My performance in monthly tests is good.

3 My performance in the end of term exams is impressing.

4 My marks for the beginning of term exams are good.

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Interview guide Hypothesis one: The administration of School rules and regulations by head teachers affect students’ academic performance.

1. Does your head teacher participate in enforcing school rules and regulations?

2. Do students participate in enforcing school rules and regulations?

3. How do students find the School rules and regulations?

4. Do you think these rules and regulations are enforced well?

Hypothesis two: Time management by head teachers affects students’ academic performance

5. Is the school timetable respected in the school?

6. Are your teachers punctual on average at school and in classes?

Is your heat teacher strict on students‟ punctuality?

7.

8. How do students respond to the school timetable?

Hypothesis three: The administrations of punishments by head teachers affect students’ academic performance

9. Do you think punishments are given for the right cause?

10. Do you have a disciplinary committee?

11. How do students perceive punishments generally?

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√n(x2) – (x)2  n (y2) – (y)2  Where n = number of paired observations xy =sum of cross products of X and Y x and y = sums of the X and Y scores respectively x2 = sums of all the squared values of the X scores y2 = sums of all the squared values of the Y scores (x)2 = sum of all X scores, this sum squared (y)2 = sum of all Y scores, this sum squared

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