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Institutional Transformations and Implications for Access and Quality in Public and Private Universities in Kenya: A Comparative Study
This paper discusses the implications of the rapid expansion and transformations in African universities on access and quality. Using the example of Kenya, it looks at both the transformations that have occurred in the ...
Early Childhood Care and Education in Kenya
Teaching Measurement in Kenyan Primary Schools: Working Towards Self Employment.
(African Journal of Education Studies, 2006)
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 ...
Kenya's HIV/AIDS Education Sector Policy : Implications for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children and the Teaching of HIV/AIDS Education
(Hiroshima University Center for the Study of International Cooperation, 2009)
This paper results from a study conducted in 2005-2006 on “the 2004 HIV/AIDS Education Sector Policy". It investigates the practical implications of the policy document in addressing provisions related to orphaned and ...
Barriers to Participation in Adult Literacy Programs in Kenya.
To compete internationally, adapt to new technologies, and attain higher levels of efficiency and productivity, a country needs a highly literate populace. However, in Kenya, literacy stands at less than 65% of the population. ...
Creating a needs-responsive LIS curriculum in a developing country: A case study from Kenya
The Department of Library Studies at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya has for some time now been reviewing its curriculum, for the purposes of meeting the requirements and needs of a twenty-first century global, ...
A Comparative Analysis of Universal Primary Education Policy in Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, and Uganda
(Journal of International Cooperation in Education, 2009)
Universal Primary Education (UPE) policy in the form of fee abolition has become popular in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) since the mid 1990s in order to achieve Education for All (EFA). Even after learning ...
The Challenge of Increasing Access and Improving Quality: An Analysis of Universal Primary Education Interventions in Kenya and Tanzania since the 1970s
This article shows how interventions to provide Universal Primary Education (UPE) from the 1970s into the twenty-first century affected efforts to improve the quality of primary education in Kenya and Tanzania. While the ...
Re-thinking the Financing of Kenya’s Higher Education: Options for Enhancing Equity, Access, and Quality
(The African Symposium, 2006)
Financing Kenya’s higher education can hardly be said to encourage equity, access and quality. The situation is further aggravated by governme nt’s plummeting financial support for higher education and the absence of ...