School environmental factors influencing academic performance in secondary schools
Omolo, Hezekiah Otieno
Kute, Berther Atieno
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Academic performance for a long time now has been recognized as an important output of any educational system. This success can be realized if the learning environment is conducive and supportive. Learning environments today need to embrace a variety of places, ideas, and people that the modern world demands in terms of flexibility of space, time and technology. The purpose of this study was to survey the influence of school environmental factors on students’ academic performance with a focus in Migori County. The study adopted a descriptive survey and correlation research designs. A study sample of 116 secondary school principals were used. It was established that school environmental factors had a strong influence on students’ academic performance. Findings entailed in this study are important to educational administrators in ensuring that schools are well maintained and supportive to teaching and learning.
- School of Education 
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