Challenges of Autonomy in Higher Institutions of Learning in Keny

Diluted Education?

Susan Mbula Kilonzo Maseno University, Kenya

One of the key sectors in a country’s economy that affects development in a myriad of ways is education. To this end, the quality and access of education to the citizenry remains imperative in any country’s development. Researches have negated allegations that higher education (HE) is not necessarily linked to a country’s socio-economic development and the growth on national domestic product. According to Bloom, Canning, and Chan (2006), HE can produce both public and private benefits. 

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