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The provision of formal western education among the Kenyan pastoral communities; 1900-1990
(Eastern Africa Journal of Historical and Social Sciences Research, 2000)
Rethinking the place of African indigenous languages in African education
Using Kenya as a case study, the paper demonstrates how indigenous African languages have suffered delegitimization and devaluation in education both in colonial and post-colonial Africa. Ethnographic data from Kenya are ...
Health Insurance Education Strategies for Increasing the Insured among Older Population – A Quasi Experimental Study in Rural Kenya
INTRODUCTION: The older population in most developing countries are uninsured and lack access to health services. This study assessed the extent to which a multi-strategy health insurance education intervention would ...
Education for social transformation: the role of History and Government in Secondary School Curriculum in Kenya
(GLOBEEDU Group, 2015-01)
The development of any nation is peaked upon the type of education offered and its relevance to the needs and aspirations of the people it serves. It should not only bring up individual development, but also the desired ...
Gender Factors in Implementation of Life Skills Education in Secondary Schools in Nairobi, Kenya
This study explored the gender factors facing implementation of Life Skills Education in Secondary Schools in Nairobi East District, Nairobi County, Kenya. Data was analysed in the light of Bandura’s (1977) social learning ...
The impact of gender on orphans’ self-esteem and academic performance among secondary school students in Kirinyaga and Nyeri Counties of Kenya
(International Research Journals, 2014)
Gender as constructed by culture in our African context, has the potential of influencing the level of self- esteem of a child, and particularly a girl-child or a school girl for that matter. In turn, this will (negatively) ...
Reasons for Low Enrolments in Early Childhood Education in Kenya: the Parental Perspective
(International Journal of Education and Research, 2013-05)
There is a continuous documented trend of low enrolments of children in the Early Childhood Education Centers in Kenya and these low enrolments continue to increase with the years. This study establishes the reasons ...