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Paper Title :
The Role of One Laptop Per Child Project in Academic Performance in Primary Schools

Author :Munyantore.J.D, Mbalire.M.

Article Citation :Munyantore.J.D ,Mbalire.M. , (2017 ) " The Role of One Laptop Per Child Project in Academic Performance in Primary Schools " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 41-45, Volume-3,Issue-6

Abstract : This study titled one laptop per child project and academic performance in primary school was carried out in Gatsibo District primary school. The general objective of this study was to examine the role of OLPC project to academic performance. This study was designed under descriptive-analytical design; where both qualitative and quantitative research was used through descriptive and correlational statistics. The target population was5 heads teachers and 105 teachers from 5 primary schools in Gatsibo District. The sample size of the study was 86 respondents obtained using Yamane formula. The purposive sampling technique was used in this study. Data was collected through Questionnaire, interview and group discussion. Statistical indicators like frequencies and percentages were used in this study. To test the relationship of the variables, Pearson correlation coefficient was applied, this research used SPSS version 16 to analyze data. The study found that the Pearson correlation coefficient (r) equals to 0.935 this implies that correlation coefficient r = .942. The study recommended that Government should ensure the provision of adequate educational facilities accessible even to students from poor family. Key words- One Laptop Per Child , Academic Performance, Primary school

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-3,Issue-6


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