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Incorporation of Traditional African Cultural Values in the Formal Education System for Development, Peace Building and Good Governance
(Progressive Academic Publishing, UK, 2014)
In contemporary Africa, formal education is recognized as a basic prerequisite for development. By implication, the school has become important as a socializing agent. In spite of this, schooling is based in institutions ...
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) ...
The Phenomenon of Examination Malpractice: An Example of Nairobi and Kenyatta Universities
(International Knowledge Sharing Platform, 2013)
This paper focuses on examination malpractices in educational institutions with particular reference to two public universities in Kenya. To facilitate this discussion we posed the following questions: What is an examination ...