Manuscript Details - IJARW1461

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Paper Id: IJARW1461
Title: AN ASSET-BASED APPROACH TO AVERT HIGH FAILURE RATE IN PUBLIC EXAMINATION IN RURAL BORDER SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Published in: International Journal Of All Research Writings
Publisher: IJARW
ISSN: 2582-1008
Volume / Issue: Volume 2 Issue 10
Pages: 12
Published On: 4/11/2021 6:34:11 AM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: Nowell Chidakwa
Institute: Nyati Primary School, P O Box 93, Triangle, Zimbabwe
Co - Author Details
Author Name Author Institute
Prosper Lunga Nyati Primary School, P O Box 93, Triangle, Zimbabwe
Abstract
Research Area: Education
KeyWord: public examination, high failure rate, learners, rural border school, academic performance, Chiredzi South
Abstract: A study was steered to propose ways in which an asset-based approach can be used to reduce high failure rate in public examination in rural border secondary schools in Chiredzi South, Zimbabwe. This qualitative study was motivated by the problem of occasioning high failure rate in public examination by rural border schools. The study was constricted to 20 randomly selected participants; 1 headmaster, 4 teachers, 5 parents (inclusive school development committee (SDC) member) and 10 form four learners from one purposively identified secondary school. 6The study was able to apprehend the reality of the participants’ know-how using the participatory action research design through the use of one-on-one interview, focus group discussion and document analysis. Data generated were critically analysed and discussed using the critical discourse analysis. Results obtained indicate that teacher related factors, unavailability of teaching/learning materials and learner related factors have more damaging effects on the public examination pass rate in rural border learning ecologies. Results suggest that if the available assets within school and from the community are utilised to some degree, it is possible for rural border secondary schools to achieve better pass rate regardless of their geographical location. The researchers conclude that the asset-based approach has great potential as a way of lessening high failure rate in public examination.
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Nowell Chidakwa, Prosper Lunga, "AN ASSET-BASED APPROACH TO AVERT HIGH FAILURE RATE IN PUBLIC EXAMINATION IN RURAL BORDER SECONDARY SCHOOLS", International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol. 2, no. 10, pp. 18-29, 2021.
MLA Nowell Chidakwa, Prosper Lunga "AN ASSET-BASED APPROACH TO AVERT HIGH FAILURE RATE IN PUBLIC EXAMINATION IN RURAL BORDER SECONDARY SCHOOLS." International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol 2, no. 10, 2021, pp. 18-29.
APA Nowell Chidakwa, Prosper Lunga (2021). AN ASSET-BASED APPROACH TO AVERT HIGH FAILURE RATE IN PUBLIC EXAMINATION IN RURAL BORDER SECONDARY SCHOOLS. International Journal Of All Research Writings, 2(10), 18-29.
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