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Contribution of parents to girl-child discipline in public secondary schools in kenya: a case Study of kisumu east and central sub-counties

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Beatrice Anyango Oguta and Enose M.W. Simatwa
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Studies have revealed that parents world over influence discipline of their children through guidance and counseling, payment of required levies, acting as role models and sponsorship. From the year 2011 to 2013 in Kisumu East and Central Sub-Counties, the girl child’s level of discipline was low compared to their counter parts in the neighboring sub-counties namely Kisumu West, Muhoroni, Nyando, Nyakach and Seme. Kisumu East and Central sub counties registered 15.9% and 18.4% cases of indiscipline respectively, higher than the neighbouring sub-counties namely; Kisumu West, Muhoroni, Nyando, Nyakach and Seme which registered 13.9%, 12.0%, 14.3%, 14.1% and 11.4% respectively for the same period. The objective of this study was to establish the contribution of parents to girl child physical discipline in public secondary schools in Kisumu East and Central Sub counties. The study established that the contribution of parents to girl child physical discipline was moderate with the mean rating of 2.60. The contribution of parents were as such partial fulfillment of the girl child requirements and were in form of money, materials and guidance and counseling among others. The other contribution was by the government and other stakeholders. The study concluded that parents’ contributions to girl child physical discipline was moderate. The study recommended that: parents be encouraged to contribute more to their girl child by creating adequate time to advise them to listen to their teachers; besides provision of personal effects timely. The findings of the study are important to education stakeholders in informing them on the way forward on parents’ contribution to the girl child’s discipline.

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