Education in Kenya: Abridged extracts from the ‘Kenya Education Commission Report’, Part I

This report deals with numerous policy issues concerning education that confront the government of Kenya at the present time. It names the objectives of this education, as seen by the Commission. The teacher problems are those of quality and quantity alike. The higher standard of teaching skill is the most important improvement. On the education of the adult population too the commission lays great emphasis. see also: East Africa Jl., 1963, Febr., p. 27-50 E. Mphahlele – Alignment of educational goals in Kenya; idem, March 1965, p. 22-25 D. Odhiambo – Who is Kenya’s educational goal?

Title: Education in Kenya: Abridged extracts from the ‘Kenya Education Commission Report’, Part I
Author: Anonymous
Year: 1964
Periodical: Oversea Quarterly
Volume: 4
Pages: 166-168
Language: English
Geographic term: Kenya
Subject: education
Abstract: This report deals with numerous policy issues concerning education that confront the government of Kenya at the present time. It names the objectives of this education, as seen by the Commission. The teacher problems are those of quality and quantity alike. The higher standard of teaching skill is the most important improvement. On the education of the adult population too the commission lays great emphasis. see also: East Africa Jl., 1963, Febr., p. 27-50 E. Mphahlele – Alignment of educational goals in Kenya; idem, March 1965, p. 22-25 D. Odhiambo – Who is Kenya’s educational goal?