Causes of school dropout among learners with special needs in education in Torongo zone, Koibatek district - Kenya

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Kampala international international: College of Education, open and distance learning
School dropout among learners with special education needs in an inclusive setting in Torongo zone has been rampant and therefore the researcher is trying to find out ways of curbing it. The methods the researcher used include; qualitative and has presented the findings in a tabular form. Tools used by the researcher are the questionnaires. The participants included the parents, teachers, area education officers and pupils who have acted as the respondents. The findings by the researcher indicates that indeed school dropout among learners in inclusive setting in Torongo zone has become a problem and therefore requires measures to be taken to stop it. The researcher recommends that parents should be encouraged to provide basic necessities to their children. The researcher recommends that Kenya Institute of Education provides a curriculum which is flexible to suit all the learners' diversities.
A research report submitted in partial of the fulfillment requirements for the award of degree of bachelor of education in special needs Kampala international University
Special needs, School dropout, Learners, Special needs, Koibatek district