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Education and poverty, relationship and concerns. a case for Kenya
Poverty has many dimensions and does not merely entail low levels of income or expenditure. According to Sen (1992), poverty is the lack of capability to function effectively in society. Inadequate education can thus be ...
The role of guiding and counselling in secondary schools in Kenya: prospects and challenges
Since the 1990s, education system in Kenya has faced dynamic and rapid changes that have had overwhelming effects both on the child, teacher, school and society at large. Education policies have changed over the years ...
Challenges facing provision of integrated education for the disabled child in Webuye division, Bungoma east district Kenya
The foundation of present day special education in Kenya dates as far back as 1968 when the government published sessional paper NO. 5 on special education. The paper laid out a public policy framework for children with ...
Use of low cost wireless communication technology for education in rural Kenya
With the advent of mobile revolution, the emerging mobile technologies can support a broad range of learning activities on a variety of mobile devices, a concept referred to as mobile learning. The combination of wireless ...
Ict and education: enabling two rural western Kenyan schools to exploit information technology
The study was undertaken to evaluate the implementation of ICT to support learning, teaching, school administration and use of E-communication between cooperating rural secondary schools in Western Kenya under the Rotary ...
Education and Poverty Correlates: A Case of Trans-Nzoia County, Kenya.
(Academic Journals, 2015-09)
Education is widely accepted as the main backbone of growth and development of individuals and the nation. However, its achievement continues to elude many who are poverty stricken. Government of Kenya introduced free ...