THE INFLUENCE OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UPE SCHOOLS: A CASE OF NKONDO SUB-COUNTY BUYENDE DISTRICT.

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This research report on the influence of monitoring and evaluation on academic performance of UPE schools was carried out in Nkondosubcounty, Buyende districtUganda, its specific objectives included to identify the maj or areas monitored in UPE schools in Nkondosubcounty, examine the significance of monitoring and evaluation in academic performance of schools in Nkondosubcounty, assess the causes of poor performance of pupils in UPE schools in Nkondo sub-county and to come up with possible measures to improve the academic performance of UPE schools. The literature review encompasses relevant literature from different authors, documentary reviews, Journals and internet literature, to reflect on the significance of monitoring and evaluation, causes of poor academic performance of UPE schools and the major areas monitored and monitoring types within an organisation. The study used descriptive design which was explanatory in nature and it was based on quantitative and qualitative approaches. It covered a sample of one hundred twenty (120) respondents. The data instruments used were mainly the questionnaires and interviews.Study findings showed that the major areas monitored in UPE schools are mainly budgetary resources, procedures, time schedules and sometimes quality. The significance of Monitoring and Evaluation was identified by be promotion of academic performance, transparency in resource utilization, reduce teachers’ absenteeism, and also helps to provide reliable feedback to and from all stakeholders. 1-lowever, the major causes of poor academic performance in UPE schools were reported to be frequent pupil’s absenteeism, lack of parental support, lack of teachers’ commitment, indiscipline among students and poor motivation of teachers. It was therefore concluded that effectivemonitoring and evaluation in UPE schools is very crucial because in this process gaps can easily be identified and effective mechanisms are implemented for improvement. It is therefore recommended that implementation of monitoring and evaluation direct from the District and National level from the ministry of education and sports should be encouraged to identify the problems and issues affecting the students, teachers and the schools in general.

THE INFLUENCE OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UPE SCHOOLS: A CASE OF NKONDO SUB-COUNTY BUYENDE DISTRICT.
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    Project ID DVS0071
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