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Country overview

...Country overview Education in Kenya strives to promote eight key values C. Wolhuter , Education in East and Central Africa ( London : Bloomsbury, 2014), 280. : nationalism, patriotism, and national unity social, economic, technological...
...In 2003 Kenya abolished user fees in all government primary schools. Analysis of household survey data shows this policy contributed to a shift in demand away from free schools, where net enrollment stagnated after 2003, toward fee-charging...

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Primary Education (Kenya)

Charles Makori Omoke

Charles Makori Omoke is a senior lecturer at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, Kenya. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Research on special education needs and disabilities In Kenya, National Policy supports inclusive education consistent with the United Nations Convention for the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). However, educating children with special...

Curricula: Domestic Higher Education (Kenya)

Mary W. Nasibi

Mary W. Nasibi is a senior lecturer at Kenyatta University, Kenya. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Designing, approving, and implementing HE Curricula Curriculum, as a concept, is derived from the Latin word currere that means to run. The term has been adopted as an English word since the early nineteenth century to mean to run a course....

Strengthening the Link between University Curricula and English Language Student-teacher Preparedness

Initial English Language Teacher Education : International Perspectives on Research, Curriculum and Practice

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...Objectives Examine the alignment of university English Language Teacher Education (ELTE) programmes in Kenya to the secondary school English curriculum. Discuss ELTE...
...Access to school has risen dramatically in recent decades, with large gains from reducing costs. Few studies report long-term impacts, however. This paper reports the impact of an educational intervention that reduced out-of-pocket...

Inclusion and Marginalization in Childhood (Kenya)

Penina Kamina

Penina Kamina is a professor at State University of New York, Oneonta. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Age discrimination Gender disparities in education performance in sub-Saharan countries, of which Kenya is one, are a reality to contend with. There are numerous barriers that hinder female children from attending school unlike male...

Framing the Context of School Leadership Preparation and Development in Kenya

Preparation and Development of School Leaders in Africa

Bloomsbury Academic, 2020

Book chapter

...Introduction Variation in the contexts within which school leaders work has led scholars and practitioners to advocate context-specific school leadership preparation and development (SLP&D) initiatives (Eacott and Asuga, 2014; Goldring et...
...Peace education and the role that education may play in peacebuilding are consistently cited as critical elements of educational interventions provided by national governments or international organizations working in conflict-affected...

Promoting Girls’ Education in Kenya: Insights from an NGO Initiative

Education and Gender : Education as a Humanitarian Response

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

Book chapter

...On 11 October 2012, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered a speech to mark the United Nations’ first annual ‘International Day of the Girl Child’. The spotlighting of the ‘girl child’ (Croll, 2006; Switzer, 2010...