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Title: Factors Affecting Early Childhood Primary Education in Kenya: A Case Study of Poywech Primary School, Kabiemit Zone-Keiyo District.
Authors: Kendagor, K. William
Keywords: Keiyo District-Kenya
Primary Education
Factors Affecting Early Childhood
Issue Date: Aug-2008
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Education, Open and Distance and E-learning
Abstract: This study was carried out to analysis the factors affecting early childhood primary education in Kenya, Poywech primary school, Kabiemit zone-Keiyo district was used as a case study. Data was collected through the use of interviews accompanied by observation and questionnaires. The study involved a sample of 50 respondents from school; these were all involved in the school’s curriculum activities at different levels. The study found that there are many children who go for early childhood education in the country, but to a greater extent girls are viewed as failures to a greater extent because of negligence of the government to sponsor the programme in time and ensuring the early childhood education is given a special attention in primary schools It was concluded that the teaching of learners in schools for early childhood education programme is not being carried out as it should be in many schools. It is proved beyond reasonable doubt that teachers face a lot of challenges while handling these children. The way forward to handle these challenges needs a combination of many factors Finally, a number of recommendations were made as presented in chapter five.
Description: A Research Report Submitted to The Institute of Open and Distance Learning in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirement for the Award of The Bachelor’s Degree in Education (Science) Kampala International University.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/3043
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