The Influence of Principals Characteristics on the Implementation of Re-Admission Policy of Girls after Teenage Pregnancy in Public Secondary Schools in Kitui County Kenya
Introduction:
This study sought to investigate the influence of principals characteristics on implementation of readmission policy of girls after teenage pregnancy in public secondary schools in Kitui CountyrnKenya
Objectives:
The study objectives sought to determine the influence of principals age genderrnexperience and professional qualifications on the implementation of re-admission policy of girlsrnafter teenage pregnancy.
Methodology:
. Using stratified and simple random sampling a sample of 83rnprincipals 83 guidance and counseling and 83 head girls were selected for the study. The CountyrnDirector of Education was purposively selected while four sub-county directors of Education werernselected using simple random sampling. Data was collected using questionnaires. Quantitative datarnwas analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics while qualitative data was analyzedrnthematically.
Findings:
The study established that there was statistically significant association betweenrnprincipals characteristics and re-admission policy. The principals age gender experience andrnprofessional qualification significantly determined the implementation of the re-admission policy ofrngirls after teenage pregnancy
Results:
Conclusion:
Publication Information
Author(s):
Focus County(s):
Kitui County
Programme Area(s):
Sexual, Reproductive, Adolescent & Child Health
Research Priority Area(s):
aging and sexual and reproductive health
Disease Domain(s):
Teenage pregnancy
Document History:
Publication Date: 01.Apr.2020
Conference Title:
Venue: