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Assessment of Achievements in Adult Literacy Programme in Vihiga County, Kenya

Show simple item record Audi Oluoch, James Sika, Catherine Muhonja Aurah 2020-12-15T06:44:22Z 2020-12-15T06:44:22Z 2016
dc.description.abstract Adult Literacy Programme has been providing knowledge and skills to enhance human capital for the solution of various problems in society. The problem in the area of study has however been environmental degradation occasioned by persistent deforestation. The study set out to establish the impact that the planning and implementation of the programme has on enhancing environment development and management in view of the continued environmental degradation in the County. A conceptual framework based on educational production function theory was used to explain the link between the programme and environmental development and management. Using descriptive survey design, the findings revealed that, learners’ theoretical understanding and practical application of skills learnt were assessed. The study concluded that, as knowledge and skills acquired were applied, more evaluation needs to be done downstream to ascertain the practical returns to education en_US
dc.publisher Greener Journal of Educational Research en_US
dc.subject Adult Literacy Programme, Environment, Achievement, Assessment en_US
dc.title Assessment of Achievements in Adult Literacy Programme in Vihiga County, Kenya en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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