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Title: Improving class attedance and punctuality through systematic supervision in Achimota Preparatory and Junior Secondary School
Authors: Baiden - Amissah, Patience
Keywords: Class attedance
systematic supervision
School supervision
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of Cape Coast
Abstract: The study was conducted with a view to finding out if supervision could be used 5 an intervention to improve class attendance and punctuality in Achimota Preparatory tld Junior Secondary School. The Action Research method was used and this enabled the researcher to compare the effect of supervision on the pupils during the pre-intervention tld the post-intervention stages. The sample was made up of 85 pupils. The research looked at issues such as the causes of lateness to school, as well as class attendance, and the effect of supervision as an intervention, to improve the attendance of pupils to class and their punctuality to school. After analyzing the data, the conclusion drawn was that supervision can be used as an intervention to improve class attendance and punctuality of pupils in the school. Based on the findings the researcher made some recommendations, which will help improve on the pupils' attendance and punctuality.
Description: x,95p.:ill.
ISSN: 23105496
Appears in Collections:Institute for Educational Planning & Administration

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