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Discussion Paper No. 55 of 2006 on Financing of Secondary Education in Kenya: Costs and Options
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2006)
This study examines the financing of secondary education in Kenya and explores possible financing options for the next ten years. This study uses data from various sources, including education trend statistics, the 2003 ...
Discussion Paper No. 75 of 2007 on Free Secondary Education in Kenya: Costs, Financing Sources and Implications
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2007)
The study analyses the feasibility of Free Secondary Education (FSE) in Kenya. Its purpose is to present an analysis on whether Kenya can afford FSE and how such a programme can be financed without compromising the gains ...
Discussion Paper No. 81 of 2007 on Impact of Primary School Education Inputs and Outputs in Kenya: Empirical Evidence
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2007)
This paper examines a range of factors that determine primary school output (proxied by examination performance) with an aim of identifying the main inputs that are of policy relevance in the improvement of quality of ...