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Financial management practices in Kenya secondary schools

by Kamau, Kenneth Wanjau
[ Thesis ] Published by : Kenyatta university (Nairobi) , 1990 Physical details: 140P. Subject(s): Education--Finance | Education Higher--Reseach Thesis Item type: Thesis
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Thesis (MED)-Kenyatta University 1990

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Education is one sector that has gone through tremendous growth and continues to do so. Providing education to the children has always been an expensive undertaking to both the government and the community. To imlement the curriculum there has to be a provision of educational facilities equipment and services whose coasts have been soring with time. The populatin has also been rising sharply implying that there has been a tremendous increase inthe demand for education. This has resulted to budget slices of money going to financing education. The cost- sharing policy where the community shares the burdent of financing schools has a result been given more impetus. It was on this score that the researcher formulated the problem of the study in light of the limitations placed on the headteachers in their attempt to effectively finance their school programmes. This study also sought to look into the fiscal management practices and the problems experienced in the process....


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