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Contribution of school administrators to teacher motivation in enhancement of students’ academic performance in secondary schools in Kenya: an empirical study of secondary school administrators in emuhaya and vihiga sub counties

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Elizabeth Gloria Anindo Wanyama and Enose M.W. Simatwa
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Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Studies worldwide have revealed that School Administrators are key contributors to students’ academic performance by enhancing teacher motivation. In Emuhaya and Vihiga Sub Counties performance had been below mean grade of C+. From the years 2009 to 2013, Emuhaya and Vihiga Sub Counties’ candidates who scored C+ and above were 3535(26%) and 2104 (15%) respectively lower, compared to neighbouring Hamisi and Sabatia Sub-Counties’ with 3913(28%) and 4275(31%) candidates respectively. The contribution of School Administrators to teacher motivation was not known. The objective of this study was to determine the contribution of Administrators to teacher motivation in the enhancement of students’ academic performance. The study was guided by a Conceptual Framework in which the independent variables were Administrators’ contribution to teacher motivation and the dependent variable; Students’ Academic Performance. The study found that Administrators’ contribution to Teacher Motivation was positive and significant (Adjusted R2= 0.623). This means that it enhanced students’ academic performance by 62.3%.The study concluded that school Administrators’ contribution to teacher motivation was significant and enhanced students’ academic performance. The study recommended that school Administrators should increase their contribution to teacher motivation in order to enhance further students’ academic performance. The study findings are of significance to School Administrators, policy makers, and other stakeholders in education with regard to enhancement of students’ academic performance by motivating teachers

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