Annual Report -West Pokot kapenguria -Kitale

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1974/1978
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Kenya Agricultural Research Institute
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Of the total of 6.300 students, well over 2000 students or about 32 per cent attended harambee or private secondary schools. Bearing in mind the inferior quality of teachers in the majority of harambee schools, compared to aideQ schoo10) District will not attain full effect on the secondary schools until all schools have been raised to the same level. Students from harambee secondary schools at present have less possibility of entering higher secondary schools and thereby, higher academic education than students from aided schools. A programme of providing for qualitative improvements a~d assistance to Harambee Secondary Schools as indicated in the draft chapter (summary), is both timely and justified. Of the total 6300 students, only 500 students studied in technical and commercial secondary schools, while the overwhelming majority studied in the academic type of secondary schools.
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