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Title: Attitude Of Parents Towards Education Of Hearing Imp Aired Children In An Inclusive Stetting Of Selected Primary School, A Case Study Of Sarwat Primary School Nandi South District Kenya
Authors: Kiprono, Christine Jeruto
Keywords: Attitude Of Parents
Education Of Hearing Impaired Children
An Inclusive Stetting
Primary School
Nandi South District
Kenya
Issue Date: Aug-2009
Publisher: Kampala International University;College of Open and Distance Learning Education
Abstract: Any society will have attained a condition of equal opportunity of the range of the distribution Of benefits and their distributions within the range is approximately the same for each relevant social group within the student's population. On the s111face it seems that denial of education a majority of people or its limitation beyond the elementary level has usually been justified in terms of their parent's inability to benefit from more education. Nevertheless, this research report brings together small aspects of the problem affecting education of children with having impairment in Kenya. It mainly cites out the attitudes of parents towards education of children with hearing impairment in Nandi South District; a survey undertaken in sampled area of Tindiret Division. Some of the terms used in this research work are defined in chapter on while the books that have been used in this survey are found in the reference section for those wishing to get more information. Discussion, suggestions and conclusion on the problem have all been made in chapter five.
Description: A Research Report Submitted To The Institute Of Open And Distance Learning In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The A Ward Of The Bachelor’s Degree In Education (ECPE) Of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/13962
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