David Emoit Omuse's research while affiliated with University of Eldoret and other places

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In the last decade, Kenya has invested massively in the Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector. The growth in terms of access has been unprecedented. While enrollment has expanded exponentially, access of TVETs' graduates to decent work remains a national concern. Kenya's implementation of the new curriculum, the Competency Based...
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There has been a growing concern in Kenya that boys have gradually been left out of the gender equation with little research capturing their schooling experiences. When examined, boys’ underachievement is treated with suspicion that has led to few studies demonstrating their marginalisation. This paper explored the manifestations of boys’ underachi...

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... International research into this situation has indicated that girls outperform boys in all subjects. This evident in the studies carried out in the Philippines Fontanos & Ocampo, 2019), Finland (Lahelma, 2021), Kenya (Muyaka, Omuse & Malenya, 2021), Pakistan (Ullah & Ullah, 2021) and Spain (Sáinz, Solé & Fàbregues, 2021). Sáinz et al. (2021) state that in countries like Spain, boys are more likely to fail in school than girls and that during the last decade boys show a higher disposition to drop out of school earlier than girls. ...