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Causes & effects of secondary school drop-out in Nairobi, Kenya

J. Ciano

Causes & effects of secondary school drop-out in Nairobi, Kenya

by J. Ciano

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Published by ACO Project in Nairobi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kenya,
  • Nairobi.
    • Subjects:
    • High school dropouts -- Kenya -- Nairobi.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesCauses and effects of secondary school drop-out in Nairobi, Kenya.
      StatementJ. Ciano.
      SeriesAfrican studies in curriculum development & evaluation ;, no. 92
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC146 .C5 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 71, [14] leaves :
      Number of Pages71
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3019556M
      LC Control Number84980702

      Second Chance for School Dropouts in Kenya through Adult Education by Lombo S. Lombo MA, Presbyterian Theological Seminary Seoul, Korea, BA, Pan Africa Christian University, Doctoral Study Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Education Walden University June This document reviews the literature on elementary and secondary school dropouts and notes the effects and possible solutions to the dropout problem. Statistical findings about dropouts from the 's to the present are presented along with methods of predicting who the dropouts will be. Dropout characteristics, including psychological, social, academic and vocational, are described.

      secondary school access remains low. In , the secondary school net enrollment rate was approximately 50% (World Bank, ), while the primary-to-secondary school transition rate was equally low at 55% (MOE, ). Despite the recent reductions in secondary school fees, these fees still present a major financial obstacle. Kenya: Student Drop Out Rate On the Increase. Nairobi, Kenya — will go down in history as the year when the first batch of pupils to benefit from the government's introduction of free.

      Insignificant attention has been devoted to examining the causes and effects of girl child dropouts in secondary schools especially in the countryside where the problem is widespread. Yet, girl child dropout is a serious problem that dramatically impact on national development of . tertiary or higher learning. However, pandemic secondary school dropout in Kenya is alarming. For instance, in a period of ten years, - , every secondary school cohort suffered not less than ten percent school dropout e.g. the highest dropout rate for the girls was fifty percent in the / cohort.


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Causes & effects of secondary school drop-out in Nairobi, Kenya by J. Ciano Download PDF EPUB FB2

Originally presented as the author's thesis (post-graduate--University of Nairobi, ) under title: An investigation of the the causes and effects of secondary school drop-outs in Nairobi City.

Series African studies in curriculum development & evaluation ;, no. 92 Other Titles Causes and effects of secondary school drop-out in Nairobi, Kenya. a study on causes of drop out among girls in selected mixed day secondary schools in kasarani district, nairobi county, kenya by ondere janet seka a research project submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of master of education in school.

causes of dropout among boys and girls from secondary schools in ugenya district, siaya county, kenya by eric vincent mudemb e56 / / a research project submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of a degree of master of education in comparative education university Causes & effects of secondary school drop-out in Nairobi.

High dropout rates in Kenyan primary schools worrying. Monday October 26 Pupils at Farasi Lane Primary School in Nairobi during a function on Octo According to.

High school drop-out rate threatens Vision goal Tuesday, Febru it implies that aboutunemployable children drop out of the school system. Kenya’s secondary. This study uncovered what factors lead to students to drop out from school in Tanzania. The study was carried out in Mbeya, Dar es Salaam and Kilimanjaro regions.

Four research tasks were used in the study. The first task was to determine socio-economic factors which. Only two out of five students reach Form Four, statistics show Children who drop out of school miss out on training and educational opportunities that require at least a secondary school certificate.

with dropout among primary school children in the low-income areas of Nairobi. Qualitative data is from the Education Research Program, col-lected between June and July The study found that: dumpsites in the two slum sites of Korogocho and Viwandani lure children out of school; school levies still charged in schools keep children out of.

The purpose of this study was to establish the causes of dropout among boys and girls from secondary schools in Ugenya Districts, Siaya County, Kenya and specifically to find out the factors that lead to dropout from secondary school, among boys and girls, determine the gender that is mostly affected by the dropout problem and determine.

The study investigated the school based factors influencing drop out among primary school pupils in Mbita Sub County, Homabay County, Kenya. The study was informed by the systems theory developed by Bertalanffy in In the current study, the Correlational survey research design was adopted.

The target population comprised of Head teachers of primary schools, class teachers and Primary education in Kenya begins at the age of 5 to 7 after completion of a year of kindergarten commonly known as Nursery School or pre-unit. The first class or year of primary school is known as Standard 1, the final year as Standard 8 and primary school children are known as pupils.

School drop-out and retention rates, Kenya: A study on boys drop-out rates in secondary schools, Njiiri district, Kenya [Kiura, J., Chege, M. Gichuho, Kanyi, A. Gathua] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. School drop-out and retention rates, Kenya: A study on boys drop-out rates in secondary schools, Njiiri district, KenyaAuthor: J.

Kiura, M. Gichuho Chege, A. Gathua Kanyi. Secondary school education in Kenya and most countries of the world usually start at fourteen years of age and runs for four years. the overall drop-out rate in Kenyan Secondary schools was 6% for males and % for females.

The To cushion the poor against the effects of SAP, the Government of Kenya has launched the Social Dimension of. The book espouses the causes of school dropout among boys and girls, in a comparative perspective.

Some of the causes highlighted are unwanted pregnancies and early marriage (among girls), poverty, health status (of both students and parents) and the resultant orphan hood especially due to HIV/AIDS : Eric Vincent Mudemb, Atieno Kili K’Odhiambo, DANIEL KOMO GAKUNGA.

This study uncovered what factors lead to students to drop out from school in Tanzania. The study was carried out in Mbeya, Dar es Salaam and Kilimanjaro regions. Four research tasks were used in the study. The first task was to determine socio-economic factors which contribute secondary school students to drop out.

The second one was to determine the political factors lead to student in. school-going boys’ concentration in their studies for cing them to drop out of school (Wanja, 0). Due to Due to Khat’s drug effects, the Ministry of Education (MoE) should train sch ool.

APPROXIMATELY million children start primary education but onlycomplete this education cycle, a survey reveals. The secretary Higher Education, Science and Technology Harry Kaane said. Secondary School Net and Gross Attendance Rates, Kenya Secondary School Net Attendance Rate in Urban and Rural Areas, Kenya About a quarter of secondary school age youth attend school.

15 14 26 27 26 0 20 40 60 80 % Secondary School Net Attendance Rate Female Male Both 22 41 24 23 47 0 20 40 80 %. PROECT TOPIC: THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF DROPOUT IN SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOL. A CASE STUDY OF OVIA NORTH EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE includes abstract and chapter one, complete project material available THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF DROPOUT IN SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOL.

A CASE STUDY OF OVIA NORTH EAST. therefore intended to investigate the factors influencing educational wastage among girls in secondary schools in Kenya. Statement of the Problem The number of female population in Kisii central waswhile the males were ,; giving a total population of(Republic of Kenya, ).

Causes, characteristics, and effects of poverty in Kenya are discussed. Indictors of quality education are discussed along with the govern-ment's efforts to reduce poverty and realize provision of.University of Nairobi, Kenya Abstract secondary schools in Masaba North District and establish the factors influencing secondary school drop out in public boarding and day secondary schools, (MOE, ).

This study was guided by the general and specific .educational public- day secondary schools in Rongai District, Nakuru County, Kenya. The study was guided by Vroom’s expectancy theory.

The objective of the study was to identify the home based factors that caused the students to drop out from school. The study population consisted of Form 3 students and 8 head teachers in 8.