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Changing the Course: Equity Effects and Institutional Risk Amid Policy Shift in Higher Education Financing in Kenya
(Springer Netherlands, 2008-04)
Reform in higher education financing in Kenya has been occasioned by both endogenous and exogenous variables. Internal pressures of a declining economy, rapid demographic growth and increased inter-and intra-sectoral ...
Financing basic education: What are the equity and quality implications of free primary education (FPE) and free day secondary education (FDSE) policies in Kenya?
The thrust of this paper is to examine free primary education (FPE) and Free Day Secondary Education (FDSE) education policies with a view to critically assess their implications on equity and quality of the education ...
The equity and quality implications of free day secondary education (fdse) policy in Kenya: what is the unfinished business in the financial arrangement?
This paper assesses the financing mechanisms of Free Day Secondary Education (FDSE) education policy focusing on the sustainability of the programme in terms of fostering the desired equity and quality of education provided. ...
Alternative Sources of Funding For Free Day Secondary Education ( FDSE ) In Public Schools in Kisii Central District , Kisii County, Kenya
The thrust of this paper was to examine the alternative sources of funding for the free Day Secondary Education (FDSE) policy in public schools in Kisii Central District, Kisii County, Kenya. It is concerned with one main ...
Influence of Kenya Vision 2030’s Education Policy on Quality Education in Public Secondary Schools in Nakuru District, Kenya
The thrust of this study was to examine the level of attainment of the main Kenya vision 2030s’ education policy flagship targets and their influence on the enhancement of quality and equitable provision of education ...