Search Results for Tag: Educational equality
At the beginning of 2003, school fees were abolished in Kenya’s public primary and, later, secondary schools. This was implemented under the Free Primary Education (FPE) programs. Parents and Kenyans in general were thrilled. Finally a government that actually works in the interest of its public, they thought. More importantly: this meant access to education for many more who could not afford to pay the school fees. All they had to do was buy a school uniform.
DateJune 14, 2012 | 9:54 am
TagsAccess, Education reform, Educational equality, Kenya, Law, Private schools, Teacher-student ratios, Tuition