Quality Publication | Affordable Price | Happy Authors
Published Authors

David Ndethya
School Of Education, Mount Kenya University, P. O. Box, 342-01000, Thika, Kenya
A Critical Analysis On Psychosocial Dynamics Influencing Radicalization Of Students In Public Secondary Schools In Kenya
Secondary schools in Kenya are under siege of neo-criminal activities which are building up as observed by Ministry of Education (2013). The purpose of this study was to critically analyze main psychosocial dynamics contributing to radicalization of students in public secondary schools Kenya. The study adopted Conflict Theory by Carl Marx (1971). The theory emphasizes existence of opposing forces between

David Ndethya
School Of Education, Mount Kenya University, P.o Box 342-01000, Thika, Kenya
A Critical Analysis Of The Capacity Of Board Of Managements To Perform Their Roles And Responsibilities In Secondary Schools In Kenya
In Kenyan Secondary Schools, the role of the Board of Management (BOM) is to provide strategic guidance for the school, to effectively oversee and review the school management. According to Kenya Education Act 2013, the BOM is mandated to oversee all school aspects including its control and accountability systems, to approve expenditure and capital budgets. BOM should ensure a strategic

David Ndethya
Student, School Of Education, Mount Kenya University, P.o. Box, 342-01000, Thika, Kenya
Critical Analysis On How Over Emphasis On Examination Influence Provision Of Quality Education In Secondary Schools In Kenya
The Kenyan society attaches a lot of value to examinations. This is witnessed by over-emphasis of mean score which is used as a measure to rank the academic performance of schools. Teachers have been always under pressure from school administration and parents to ensure students pass their examinations. Any student who does not attain set mean score is regarded as

David Ndethya
Student, Mount Kenya University, P.o Box 34201000, Thika, Kenya
A Critical Analysis Of The Role Of Instructional Managers As Ambassadors Of Holistic Education At The Basic Education Level In Kenya
Despite the fact that the Kenyan education system has all along embraced education for all irrespective of race, gender, colour, age and ability, there has been some aspects of ignorance in ensuring that children access quality and holistic education that basis its premise on ensuring that children at the basic education level associate and interact in a meaningful manner through

David Ndethya
Mount Kenya University, P.o Box 342- 01000 Thika, Kenya
A Critical Analysis On How Political Patronage Influence Quality And Standards Of Education In Public Universities In Kenya
Universities in Kenya are expected to provide a globally competitive quality education, training and research for development (University Act, 2012). They are further expected to be autonomous in order to deliver their services without influence from external forces. However, according to MoEST (2012), political hegemony has crept into the affairs of public universities thus interfering with their provision of quality

David Ndethya
Student, School Of Education, Mount Kenya University, P. O. Box, 342-01000, Thika, Kenya
Critical Analysis On Tectonic Forces Influencing Shift Of Male Chauvinism Among Married Couples In Kenya
Culturally, men have regarded as the authority of family while women are perceived to be quasi partners. However, there have been unprecedented changes which are reversing conditions. The stereotype beliefs which viewed women as under achievers or inferior beings are being proved to be irrelevant in modern times. Women are outsmarting men virtually in all aspects of life (KFE, 2015).

Showing 0 to 10 of 6