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Privatisation and private higher education in Kenya

Ibrahim O. Oanda

Privatisation and private higher education in Kenya

implications for access, equity, and knowledge production

by Ibrahim O. Oanda

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Published by Codesria in Dakar .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [105]-108).

StatementIbrahim Ogachi Oanda, Fatuma N. Chege, Daniel M. Wesonga.
SeriesCodesria book series
ContributionsChege, Fatuma N., Wesonga, Daniel M.
The Physical Object
Pagination108 p. ;
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22797981M
ISBN 102869782187
ISBN 109782869782181
LC Control Number2008345486

In recent 10 years, the quality of education in government schools has degraded drastically as a result people are opting for private schools. These schools are making education their business which people generally call Commercialization of Education. However, in field of higher education situation has not become so worse. The book argues that if governments consider higher education as a private good and force learners to finance their own education, the benefit of consuming this private Author: Dewi Susanti.

  The growth of the private sector may also change the nature of higher education, he argues. "There is far less student politics and activism in . Education reforms in Kenya will provide opportunities for digital content, technical training, research, heavy investment in construction and upgrade of educational infrastructure. Market overview The education sector comprises of Ministry of Education (MoE) which hosts the Department of Education and Department of Science and Technology. The role of MoE is to the provide quality education.

  Granted, his new book, Privatization and the Public Good: Public Universities in the Balance, published this fall by Harvard Education Press, uses the term "crisis" to describe the situation and offers plenty of evidence of the fragility of the state, federal and institutional partnership that has traditionally undergirded public colleges and. Ibrahim O. Oanda has written: 'Privatisation and private higher education in Kenya' -- subject(s): Privatization in education, Private universities and colleges Asked in Pakistan Advantages of.


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Privatisation and private higher education in Kenya by Ibrahim O. Oanda Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this Book. Privatisation and Private Higher Education in Kenya. This book addresses the implications of this development in Kenya, with regard to the responsiveness of private higher education to issues of broadening access, equity and Author: Ibrahim Ogachi Oanda, Fatuma N.

Chege. This book addresses the implications of this development in Kenya, with regard to the responsiveness of private higher education to issues of broadening access, equity and the traditional research function of universities.

Four tensions caused by the privatisation of universities in Kenya are raised in the :   Privatisation and Private Higher Education in Kenya by Ibrahim Ogachi Oanda,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Four tensions caused by the privatisation of universities in Kenya are raised in the book. First is the diminishing role of private higher education institutions as promoters of social equity, since access to the institutions and programmes is dependent of the ability to pay in a context where critical demand for university education comes from underprivileged groups.

50 Privatisation and Private Higher Education in Kenya conflicts and disputes in society emanate largely from socioeconomic inequality.

The struggle over resources often forms the root of many conflicts and hostilities between and within nations. Secondly, there is a strong link between socioeconomic dominanceAuthor: Ibrahim Ogachi Oanda, Fatuma N.

Chege. Get this from a library. Privatisation and private higher education in Kenya: implications for access, equity, and knowledge production. [Ibrahim O Oanda; Fatuma N Chege; Daniel M Wesonga] -- Over the last decade, the privatisation of public universities and the growth in the number of accredited private universities have picked up steadily in Kenya.

This book delves into the implications and tensions that this development has occasioned in Kenya, as regards the responsiveness of private higher education to issues of broadening access, equity considerations and the traditional research function of universities.

Full Text. By: CODESRIA Web1 - October 25 Comments Vannesa -   Privatisation and Private Higher Education in Kenya: Implications for Access, Equity and Knowledge Production. Ibrahim Ogachi Oanda, Fatuma N.

Chege, Daniel M. Wesonga. ISBN: ; ISBN ; pages, Number of visits: By: CODESRIA Web - July 6 The semi-privatisation of public universities and the growth of private universities have been two important developments affecting higher education in Kenya in the last decade.

human right, privatisation of education is rampantly growing at an alarming rate without the corresponding monitoring and regulation by the State; 2. The State has encouraged the growth of private schools through enactment of favourable policies; 3. The growth of private actors in education is leading to sharp inequalities and segregationFile Size: KB.

Get this from a library. Privatisation and Private Higher Education in Kenya: Implications for Access, Equity and Knowledge Production. [Fatuma N Chege; Oanda, Ibrahim Ogachi.] -- Over the last decade, the privatisation of public universities and the growth in the number of accredited private universities have picked up steadily in Kenya.

The growth in the private. 4 Kenya Ministry of Education, Policy For Alternative Provision Of Basic Education And Training (May ), p. 5 Allavida Kenya,Access to and Quality of basic education in Kibera 6 James Tooley et al, () Impact of free primary education in kenya, a case study of private schools in kibera.

A Global Perspective on Private Higher Education provides a timely review of the significant growth of private higher education in many parts of the world during the last decade.

The book is concurrent with significant changes in the external operating environment of private higher education, including government policy and its impact on the ongoing growth of the sector. Privatisation and private higher education in Kenya: Implications for access, equity, and knowledge production.

Senegal: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa. Google ScholarCited by: 2. The Partnership for Higher Education in Africa commissioned case studies of higher education provision in Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa, as part of its effort to stimulate enlightened, equitable, and knowledge-based national development, and to provide guides to by: 5 | P a g e 6.

While privatisation in education is a growing global phenomenon threatening the right to education in many countries,2 Uganda is a striking example of this phenomenon and the harm it can create on the realisation of human Size: 1MB.

of tuition and textbooks (Seyon, ). In Togo, private institutions that offer short-period technician degrees are subsidized by the state in the same way as other institutions are (Edee, ). In Mozambique, some scholarships are also made available to private higher educationFile Size: KB.

Defining Privatization. The term “privatization” is used, in a higher education context, to describe the degree to which institutional revenue comes from private (e.g., individual, foundation, or corporate), rather than public (e.g., government) sources (see also “Revenue Generation” and “Revenue Diversification”).

The privatisation of education is a growing and complex issue. Privatisation is a process, which can be defined as the 'transfer of assets, management, functions or responsibilities [relating to education] previously owned or carried out by the state to private actors' (Coomans & Hallo de Wolf, ‘Privatisation of Education and the Right to Education’ in de Feyter & Gomez (eds.

Started in by an anthropology graduate student, there are now Bridge Academies in Kenya, Uganda and Liberia. And more are opening in India. Their mission: to education 10 million of the "bottom billion"—children of families who live on less than $2 a day.

Book Structure 12 2. The Political Economy of Global Education Reform 15 Global–Local Divide 16 Material–Ideational Divide 20 The Scope and Dynamics of Policy Change 26 Conclusion 31 PART II: PATHS TOWARD PRIVATIZATION 3. Education Privatization as a State Reform: The Ideological Road to Privatization in Chile and the United Kingdom students that created market for privatization of university education in public and private universities in Kenya.

It is argued in this paper that the current arrangement in financing higher education in Kenya is inadequate. It is recommended .recognize the growing importance of the private sector in higher education globally. 01 Privatization is one of the main global trends in higher education.

Aspects of privatization include the development and expansion of private institutions, increased reliance of File Size: KB.