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Effect of Free Primary Education Policy on Teachers   Charles Mulinya

Effect of Free Primary Education Policy on Teachers

100 страниц. 2014 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Free Primary Education has posed a number of challenges to the Kenyan government since its inception in 2003. The policy has led to an influx of pupils into public primary schools against a stagnant teacher population. This work investigated the effect of the policy on teacher adequacy,teacher effectiveness and how educational stakeholders are coping up with the situation. Kakamega South District which is found in Kakamega County (Kenya) was the locale considered for the study. This was due to its rural setup that makes teachers desert such schools in favour of those found in urban places. The findings attest to the fact that Free Primary Education Policy impacted on pupil enrolment. There is need for the Kenyan government to hire more trained teachers in public primary schools so as to ensure provision of quality basic education.
 
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