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Efficacies Of Stakeholders’ Involvement In The Curriculum Review Process In Tertiary Institutions In Kenya
Stakeholders play a decisive role in the curriculum review process in tertiary institutions in many parts of the world. Faculty members, administrative staff, students and employers form the backbone of an effective curriculum development. Tertiary institutions have always ensured a comprehensive representation of experiences across different educational contexts as an expression of academic autonomy and collaborative decision-making. Administrators emphasized the role of institutional policies and support structures. Students highlighted the need for curricula aligned with evolving educational needs, and employers emphasized on the significance of graduates' preparedness for the workforce.
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