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Title: Challenge And Practices Of School On The Contribution For The Development Of Basketball In Addis Ababa City Administration
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: .Tesfaye Asgedome( Dr)
Wondwosen, Gizaw
Keywords: Basketball was first played in Entoto
Issue Date: Jun-2011
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: Basketball was first played in Entoto Comprehensive and Kokebe Tsebah Secondary School. Then the Addis Ababa inter-school association included basketball in the inter-school competition which was held every year during that time.The focus of this study was to investigate challenges and practice of school on the contribution for the development of basketball. A concise review of related literature was taken to discuss the different issues which are related with school basketball.To conduct this study, a descriptive survey method was employed to asses’ data from targeted sampled groups. The sampled school includes ten government schools. The subject of the study were 102 students 10 principals, 10 teachers and 5 federation members 2 alumni (former student/coach). The data obtained from respondents through questionnaire, interview, focus group discussion and observation presented as supplements to enrich information that was drawn questionnaires. The result of the study revealed that there is lack of qualified basketball coach, material, interest to coach, personal out look of parents and school principals. Moreover, inadequate support given by Addis Ababa basketball federation was very prominent one. The finding in the study points out that most of the player began to play basketball very late in life between 15-17 years due to this and other the problems the Current, status of school basketball is ill with so much complicated problems.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/14092
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