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Table of Contents
|Exploring the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTS) For Peacebuilding in Mount Elgon Region||PDF PDF|
|cherotich cherotich mung'ou||1-12|
|EFFECT OF VIDEO MEDIATED INSTRUCTION ON STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION, ATTITUDE AND ACHIEVEMENT IN LEARNING KISWAHILI PROVERBS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NAKURU COUNTY, KENYA. BACKGROUND OF STUDY|
|David Gitau Turuthi||13-22|
|Access to Higher Education in a Devolved System of Government|
|Daniel Otieno, Daniel Otieno||23-36|
|Factors Influencing Inventory Management in Public Sector: A Case Study of Kajiado County Hospital|
|Nurwin Fozia Rajab||37-47|
|GENDER BASED LEADERSHIP AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION: A CASESTUDY OF MBALE DISTRICT LOCAL GOVERNMENT|
|Hannah Gidudu Lunyolo||48-59|
|Effects of Work life Balance on Employees Performance in Institutions of Higher Learning. A Case Study of Kabarak University|
|Lucy Mwangi, Caroline Cherotich Boinett, Emily Tumwet, Dave Bowen||60-69|
|PARENTAL OCCUPATION AS A PREDICTOR OF STUDENT’S ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE, IN KENYA CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION IN PUBLIC MIXED DAY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NYAMIRA NORTH SUB-COUNTY, KENYA.|
|Nelson N. Ngare, Elijah Maronga, Betty Tikoko, Jackline Sigei||70-83|
|THE FUTURE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW IN KENYA|
|Ian M.A Segita||84-92|
|Challenges and Innovations in Africanising Music in the Classroom: A Kenyan Experience|
|Ernest Patrick MONTE, Mellitus N. WANYAMA, Doseline W. KIGURU||93-101|
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