3 edition of EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURE IN KENYA. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
Budget speech delivered by Hon. William S. Fielding... in the House of Commons, Tuesday 5th April 1898.
After the first university was established in 1970, six other public universities and 23 private universities have been established. Before independence elementary education was based on the colonial system of education. Overseeing the development, management and governance of institutions• 1 Permanent secretary 11 1. University Education in Kenya There are 48 universities in Kenya, 22 of which are public and 26 private.
If cheating can happen in national exams how genuine will be the results from this continuous assessment? The rationale was that the previous program was too short and not rigorous enough to give graduates enough practical education. I have never encountered any situation where my competence was called into question. Secondary education begins around the age of fourteen and lasts for four years. What research informed the need for a new system? Copy and paste it, adding a note of your own, into your blog, a Web page, forums, a blog comment, your Facebook account, or anywhere that someone would find this page valuable.
Where a candidate sits for more than eight subjects, the average grade is based on the best eight subjects. The current Kenyan education system consists of Early Childhood Education, primary and secondary education. EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURE IN KENYA.
Kenyans are not facing any different situations. Others praise it for heavy parental involvement. A number of students also drop out of school by choice due to poor scores. United States International University - 1999• The Annual Learning Assessment ALA reached villages in 70 out of 158 districts in Kenya and assessed nearly 70,000 children in their homes.
The county director reports to the both Director General Education and Director General Science and Technology.
The approach f 2-6-6-3 Education system focuses more on specialization on the learner's skills and interest; this means the children in the schools which do not have computers will automatically be at a disadvantage in comparison to the rest.
It was also the starting point of a joint venture between the colonial government and the missionaries, whereby the missionaries paved the way for colonialism.
Most schools are public and run on the basis of harambee system, but the number of private schools, though small as yet, is rising very fast.