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Title: Decentralization and service delivery in secondary education in Makadaradivision, Jericho, Makadara zone Nairobi east District- Kenya:
Authors: Wilson, Theuri Waweru
Keywords: Education
Decentralization
Service delivery
Secondary education
Nairobi
Issue Date: Nov-2012
Publisher: Kampala international international: College of Education, open and distance learning
Abstract: The major objective of this study was to examine the implementation process of Education Decentralization specifically in view of having the required institutions, and their performance, :he level and nature of participation of the community, the financial resources made available md its adequacy. To meet the above objective concerned authorities, professionals and ~ommunity members have been interviewed. Data for the research was collected from Secondary sources with the help of interview guides, 1nstructured questionnaire and focus group discussion guides. Secondary sources were equally ~eviewed. The study was conducted in Nairobi East District in the Eastern part of the country. fhe study found out, among other things, that Kenya Education Decentralization gave the nandate for responsibilities like: opening schools; recruit, promote, discipline and dismiss :eachers and other educational professionals; procure and distribute school provisions without xior approval of ministry of education. The study found that the power devolved is adequate to .mdertake the responsibilities of expanding Basic Education. But the relationship between the \lairobi East District Education office and that of schools is mostly characterized by a top-down 1ierarchical relationship. In Nairobi East District Education and schools level there is manpower xoblem in terms of having the relevant capacity to undertake the responsibilities and bring ~hange in Education Decentralization. There is acute budget shortage principally capital budget .vhich is reflected in shortage of school infrastructure, provisions and manpower sho11age and as 1 result a tendency of exercising much reliance on the community beyond it can afford to tolerate s observed. :twas generally recommended that for Education Decentralization to succeed there is a need to address the capacity of all those involved from District Education office to the level of schools and equally the budget constraint must be solved if education should serve as a basis of development.
Description: Research report submitted to the institute of open and distance learning partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of bachelor’s degree in secondary education Of Kampala international university
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/11119
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