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Social and academic factors influencing progression of upper primary learners with dysgraphia: A study of selected schools in Mongu district

Sociology International Journal
Mary Sianga,1 Kenneth K Muzata,2 Fidelity Milambo3 


This study examines the impact of dysgraphia on grade progression in upper primary learners in Mongu District. Dysgraphia is a condition that impacts an individual’s writing skills and is classified as a learning disability. The study aims to investigate the correlation between dysgraphia and academic performance, specifically in the context of grade progression. Data was collected through standardized assessments and teacher observations. The findings suggest that dysgraphia has a significant impact on the academic progression of upper primary learners. Understanding these challenges can lead to the development of tailored interventions to support students with dysgraphia and improve their academic outcomes.


dysgraphia, grade, progression, learners, Mongu