Effects of Online Learning on Students with Disabilities in Public Universities in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2017. <Author: Joel Peter Ogutu, Department of Educational Psychology, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, P.O. Box 190 – 50100 Kakamega – KENYA Corresponding author E-mail: joelogutu@yahoo.com> Abstract: Online teaching and learning pedagogy creates a community of inquiry where participants interact to jointly […]

Influence of Organizational Culture on the Employee Performance in the Civil Service in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2017. Authors: Joyce K. Nyabuti1, Ronald Chepkilot2 and Charles Zakayo3 1Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya 2,3Lecturers at Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya Corresponding Author: Joyce Nyabuti | Email address: joynyabuti@yahoo.com Abstract: Even though the government of […]

Barriers to Girls’ Participation in Free Day Secondary Education in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2017 Authors: Eleen Yatich1 and Joyce Pere2 Dr. Yatich,1 a lecturer at Kisii University Campus in Kenya. Pere,2  The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, P.O. Box 62157 – 00200, Nairobi | Email of the corresponding author: eleenchesaro@yahoo.com Abstract While the Kenyan government made secondary […]

Education as a Tool for Liberation: Seeking Nyerere’s Understanding

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2017 Author: Innocent Sanga Sanga (Fr.) is a scholar at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies, P.O. Box 62157 – 00200, Nairobi – Kenya. Email: innocentsanga@yahoo.com Abstract Nyerere understood education as a tool for liberating both an individual […]

Education for Self Reliance: Nyerere’s Policy Recommendations in the Context of Tanzania

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, 2016 Author: Innocent Sanga, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, P.O. Box 62157 – 00200, Nairobi – Kenya | Email: innocentsanga@yahoo.com Abstract Education for Self Reliance (ESR) was the most important educational principle, which presented the educational philosophy of Tanzania. The purpose of ESR was to […]

Role of Co-curricular Activities in Social Development of Students in Public Secondary Schools in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, 2016 Author: Anthony M. Wanjohi, Projects and Research Unit, Kenya Projects Organization, P.O. Box 85726 – 00200, Nairobi – Kenya | Email: wanjohi@kenpro.org Abstract The general role of school co-curricular activities can never be underestimated in any progressive education system. However, the stress on academic performance […]

Girls’ Enrollment in Secondary Schools in Eritrea: Status and Hindering Factors

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, 2016 [Author: Dawit Teclemariam Bahta, College of Business and Economics, Halhale   P.O. Box. 11191, Asmara, Eritrea | Email: dawitt7@gmail.com ] Abstract: Development of a society cannot take place without the productive participation of women and this can only happen when girls are adequately empowered with adequate […]

Role of Head Teachers in Human Resource Management in Public Primary Schools in Suba Sub County

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 1,  2015 Author: Hosea M. Mugera, School Director at St. Marks Academy – Kenya. P.O Box 282 – 00517, Nairobi, Kenya | E-mail: hoseabin@gmail.com Abstract Best practices in human resource management are the hallmark of success in any progressive organization. However, the extent to which effective […]

Components, Practices and Benefits of Home Based Care of HIV and AIDS Patients in Kenya: Butula Local Community’s Perspective

African Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 2, 2015 <Author: Benard Wesonga, a medical doctor and Public Health Specialist currently lecturing at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST), P.O. Box 190-50100, Kakamega – Kenya | Email: bwesonga2@gmail.com > Abstract: With the current diminishing global funding for the HIV/AIDS containment and dramatic increase in the reliance on […]

Constraints to the Principals’ Instructional Quality Assurance Role in Public Secondary Schools in Kenya

African Research Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 2, 2015 Author: Justina Ndaita, Faculty of Education, Kisii University College, Eldoret – Kenya | Email: ndaitaj@yahoo.com Abstract The principal’s role is a significant factor in determining the overall quality and effectiveness of many schools worldwide. However, the full realization of their role is often than not […]