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Title: Qualitative implications of school expansion : a case study of two primary schools in Kisii
Authors: Kenyatta University College, Bureau of Educational Research
McGill University, School of Education
Eisemon, Thomas O.
Eshiwani, George S.
Rajwani, Farida
Keywords: PRIMARY EDUCATION
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
QUALITY OF EDUCATION
KENYA
PRIMARY SCHOOLS
TEACHING METHODS
LEARNING
Date: 1987
Publisher: Kenyatta University College?, Nairobi, KE
Series/Report no.: SCR / Kenyatta University College, Bureau of Educational Research; no. 14
Description: Meeting: Workshop on Schooling, Cognition and Work, 27-29 May 1987, Kisumu, KE
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/10420
Project Number: 831009
861025
Project Title: Schooling, Cognition and Work : Outcomes of Primary Education in Kenya
Schooling, Cognition and Work : Outcomes of Primary Education in Kenya - Phase II
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