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Class Size And Learning Outcomes: Perceptions Of In-service Teachers
Achieving quality learning outcomes within the education system in Kenya remains an elusive goal for educationists. Many strategic plans have been drafted and action plans implemented, but the aspiration remains a mirage. It appears the policy makers require more input from the stakeholders. The purpose of this study was to find out the perceptions of in-service teachers on class size and learner achievement. Fifteen in-service teachers attending the April 2015 school-based session at Mount Kenya University, Nairobi Campus were randomly selected and requested to participate in a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) organized by the researchers. The FGD revealed that class size in isolation cannot ha
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