State of Service Delivery in Public Primary Schools - Kilifi County

IEA Kenya

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Post Date: 05 April 2016


Education is a vital tool in the development process of any given country. Education can lead to poverty reduction, accelerated economic growth, more wealth and income distribution, greater equality of opportunity, availability of skilled human power and better health outcomes. The supply of basic social services including education, or lack of thereof, directly impacts on the quality of life for all.

 
Free Primary Education (FPE), which began in Kenya in the 2003, has seen a huge growth in school enrolment, retention and completion rates in the country. Concerns have however been raised regarding the quality of education services provided in public primary schools in particular poor teacher to pupil ratios. 

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