Determinants of Quality of Mathematics Education Using Multiple Regression Model

Authors : Walde Getinet Seifu

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 11 - November

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This paper examines the determinants of the quality of mathematics education. A multi-stage random stratified sampling method was used to select students and schools. To identify determinants of quality of general secondary school mathematics education and to explore the relationship between students’ mathematics performance and independent variables a multiple linear regression model was developed. The results indicated that family supports, students’ mathematics background, interest and motivation of students and teachers, the participation of students and cooperation between students and teachers were the most significant predictor of students’ mathematics achievement. To change the image of students and society at a large have in mathematics the school should work with different stakeholders to create awareness about the importance of mathematics for society as a whole. The school should also exert more effort to develop teacher’s pedagogical skills on how to motivate and participate in all students equally in the classroom were recommended.

Keywords : General Secondary School; Mathematics Education; Multiple Regression Analysis; Student Performance; Teaching And Learning


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