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|Title:||The impacts of free primary education on academic performance of primary school pupils: a case study of Nguluni Primary School, Kambu Zone, Kibwezi District, Kenya|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning|
|Abstract:||The research embarks on investigating the impacts of free primary education on academic performance of primary school pupils. The purpose of this study it will be to fmd out the impacts of free primary education on academic performance of primary school pupils with Nguluni Primary School in Kambu Zone, Kibwezi District of Kenya being a case study. It will also give recommendations to the government, policy makers, educators parents and general public. The objectives will be to establish whether the teacher pupils ratio in our public primary schools is acceptable, to establish whether resources offered by the government to implement free primary education are sufficient and to determine whether the funds reimbursed by the government for the same properly managed. A descriptive survey design will be used in this study. In conclusion it is indicative that the teacher pupils ratio is low and sometimes resources for implementing a free primary education are properly used the recommendations are therefore that a number of teachers in our public primary schools should be increased and be highly paid as a way of motivating them. The resources offered by the government towards implementing the free primary education should also be appropriate used.|
|Description:||A research report submitted to the institute of Open and Distance Learning of requirements for the Award of the Degree in Education of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor of Education|
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