Disruptive Behavior and Students’ performance in 9 and 12 years Basic Education in Kanjongo sector, Nyamasheke District.

James Harindindintwari


Provision of quality education and training is the ultimate goal of any educational system. The success of teaching is reflected by academic performance of students. This goal can never be achieved without school discipline. How students are disciplined has been an issue since the inception of public education. Not only the students but also other adult people in their everyday works, they need some control/ supervision or some pressure so that they can do what they are supposed to do. The study employed descriptive Survey design. population was 562 people from whom 152 respondents (teachers, students, parents and school leaders) were selected as sample size according to the formula of Alain BOUCHARD, the questionnaire was used to collect data  The study revealed that disruptive behavior were at extremely high level (44.7%) before 2015 and it has fallen to a very low level (2%) in 2016. 

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