Completion Rates of Female Students
by Yuko Oso, Willis
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The proportion of women completing college education globally is low. In 2008-2010, only 46.1% women completed. In Africa, in 2008-2010, only 37.8% women completed. In Somaliland in 2008-2010, only 31.2% women completed. In Amoud University, in 2008-2010, only 35.1% completed. In 2010-2013, only 21.9% females completed. Yet the determinants of the low completion had not been empirically investigated. Guided by the Institutional Theory, the study was conducted through cross-sectional survey design, data was collected from a stratified random sample of 278 female students using questionnaire from August to September 2014. The study found that home factors (F [1, 278] = 4.20, p = .040; R = .566, R2 adj = .263); college factors (F [1, 278] = 3.98, p = .020; R = .456, R2 adj = .202); environmental factors (F [1, 278] = 4.50, p = .005; R = .570, R2 adj = .321), and personal factors (F [1, 278] = 3.910, p = .023; R = .526, R2 adj = .272) are significant determinants of completion rates the female students. But environmental factors are the major determinant of completion rates of the female students.
Yuko Oso, Willis
Dahir Aden, Ahmen
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Mr. Mbala O. Andrew, MPH; Studied Clinical Medicine and Public Health at Fort Portal School of Clinical Medicine and masters in Community Health and Development at Great Lakes University, Kenya. He is currently a PhD student at the Stellenbosch University. Oso W. Yuko, PhD; Studied Educational Planning and Management at Makerere University, Uganda.
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14 April 2015
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