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Institutional Readiness For Access To Higher Education By Students With Disabilities In Public Universities In Kenya
Access to education by students with disabilities (SWD) is critical in the education policy of any country. Kenya promotes education for all, but SWD are less than 1% of the enrolment in higher education. This research attempted to establish measures public universities have put in place to ensure readiness for access to higher education by SWD. A case study basic qualitative research method of a descriptive nature is used because disability is about experiences of PWD in relation to the environments they constantly interact with and the meaning they ascribe to the same. Accordingly disability also affects a small percentage of the student's population
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