Achieving universal primary school education in Kenya
Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, Jan 1, 2004 - Education - 45 pages
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0.00 Teacher-skill level 85 percent assumption 33 33 Bedi budget allocation budget implications cost-effective costs costs costs costs costs Target costs Target shares curriculum dev D.K. Manda demand subsidies incl education budget education in Kenya education sector education targets estimate free primary education Geda Ikiara infrastr Kenya Institute Kimalu KIPPRA DP KTMM level P4 M.S. Kimenyi Millennium Development Goals Mwabu Nafula Nairobi Nairobi Stock Exchange Ndung'u Njuguna Nyangito overall OXFAM percent net enrolment percent of GDP policy change primary school education primary school enrolment programme PRSP target Public Policy Research Pupil-teacher ratio assumption quintile 1 poorest quintile 3 million quintile 5 richest ratio assumption 33 Research and Analysis scenario analysis school enrolment rate school meals schooling costs target of 85 Target shares teachers Targeted at quintile Teacher-skill level 1(S1 Teacher-skill level 2(P1 teachers by level Teaching materials textbook supplies Unit Volume Unit universal primary education Volume Unit Volume Volume Volume Volume