School Environment, Infrastructures And Condition In Relation To Student’s Academic Performance: A
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School Environment, Infrastructures And Condition In Relation To Student’s Academic Performance: A Case Of Selected Secondary Schools In Mbeya, Tanzania
This study investigates on the influence of school environment, infrastructures and condition on student's academic performance. To reveal the reality the following objectives were formulated: to examine infrastructural satisfying factors in teaching and learning both by teachers and students; to explore the school environmental and infrastructural reasons for students academic performance differences between public secondary schools and private secondary schools; old, talented, gifted student's government secondary schools and newly established community secondary schools and; the rural secondary schools and urban found secondary schools. From 5420 population of students and teachers DownloadViews: 166

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