Public policy alternatives for self-help (Harambe) schooling in Kenya
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There are three general purposes of this study. First, to examine the growth of the phenomenon of self-help education as a component of the educational system in Kenya, and its role in the promotion of educational expansion. The second purpose was to identify issues that confront self help schools and how such issues inhibit the process of educational development in Kenya third purpose of the study was to analyze possible policy alternatives that could be employed by the government of Kenya in its efforts to bring positive changes among the majority of the rural communities through Harambe school programs.
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