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Evaluation of Teacher Factors Associated with Mathematics Performance in Primary Schools in Kenya
(International Journal of Scientific Research in Education, 2012)
The focus of this study was to investigate teacher-related factors associated with performance in mathematics in public day primary schools in Nandi Central district, Kenya. Seventy-four (74) mathematics teachers participated ...
The influence of free Primary Education on Kenya Certificate of Primary Education performance in Kenya
(problems of education in the 21st century, 2012)
The origin of Free Primary Education (FPE) can be traced back to the 1948 Declaration of Human Rights where basic education was recognized as a human right. The current FPE programme was launched in 2003 and it led to an ...
Factors Affecting the Access of Free Primary Education by Gender in Kenya
(Journal of Educational and Social Research, 2012-05)
Countries world over have endeavoured to achieve gender equality in education given that education is central in empowering people and propelling national growth and development. Kenya, in its efforts to attain gender ...
Teacher commitment and mathematics performance in primary schools: A meeting point!
(International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 2012)
This study examined the phenomenon of teacher commitment and its relationship with pupil’s academic performance in primary school mathematics. The study was conducted in western region of Kenya where 280 class 8 pupils and ...