FACTORS IMPEDING IMPLEMENTATION OF SUBSIDIZED SECONDARY EDUCATION IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KISII COUNTY, KENYA
G. Areba, Ngwacho
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There has been a widespread belief among educational economists that educational development would lead to accelerated economic growth, more wealth and income distribution, greater equality of opportunity, availability of skilled human power, a decline in population growth, long life, better health outcomes, low crime rates, national unity and political stability ( Preece, 2007). It is against this premise that many countries have reformed their education systems to embrace the concept of basic education as a strategy towards the realization of their national economic development goals especially at primary and secondary level.