African Renaissance and Development in Education


African Journal of Education and Practice Vol. 4 No. 2 (2019)

African Journal of Education and Practice (AJEP) is a peer reviewed African journal published by IPRJB. It has significant findings that provide knowledge to readers on education environments, innovative responses, preparation programs, teaching and learning in all levels education and practice. Published both in printed and online version the journal is of high factor.


  • The Role of Multimedia-Based-Pedagogy in African Renaissance and Subsequent Development: Knowledge, Skills and Competences
  • Curriculum as a Key Instrument to African Renaissance and Subsequent Development: Challenges and the Way Forward
  • Influence of Peer Counselling on Dropout Among Pupils in Public Primary Schools in Muranga East Sub-County, Muranga County, Kenya
  • Educating the Individual for Critical Consciousness: A Freirean Critique to Education Theory and Practice in Kenya
  • Influence of Budget Reporting Practices on Financial Management in Public Secondary Schools in Mandera County, Kenya
Category Book Chapters
Publisher: IPRJB peer reviewed journals and books publishers
Authors: Lulu John Billa, Marion W. Ngure, George Kegode and Abdikadir Adan Alio
Pages: 93