Student Leaders' Involvement In The Management Of Students' Daily Routine: A Case
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Student Leaders' Involvement In The Management Of Students' Daily Routine: A Case Study At Olila High School, Soroti-uganda
Student leaders are expected to assist in the management of daily routine in schools to avoid time wastage. This study evaluates the extent to which student leaders are involved in management of daily routine in Olila high school, Soroti district-Uganda. A descriptive survey research design was used for the study. A sample size of 142 respondents was used; school administrators, teachers and student leaders. A questionnaire was used to collect data and data was analyzed using a descriptive technique. The findings of the study conclude that student leaders have not significantly contributed to effective management of students’ daily routines despite their involvement. It was recommended thaDownloadViews: 121

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