EFFECTIVENESS OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION IN ZANZIBAR: STUDENTâ€™S ACHIEVEMENT
The purpose of this study is to construct a tangible description of effective school administration in Zanzibar â€“ Tanzania and students achievement. This study attempts to examine the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for effective administration in todayâ€™s schools in order to prepare student achievement in their learning. The study is expanded to include several perspectives of what it means to be an effective school administration and students achievement. The superintendent and a trustee, staff members, students and parents of the secondary school were also participants and their perspectives as well as my own were added to the study. The study is organised in three parts; chapter one is about background of the study including a brief summary of Zanzibar with her educational situation. Part two is about literature review with a thematic summary of different articles reviewed and analysed on effectiveness of school administration and student achievement according to the views and concepts of authors. The last part three is on the methodology, dealing on the arrangement and facilitation of the proposed research design and summary of methods to be applied.
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