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A Handbook on In-service Teacher Training in Developing Countries of the Commonwealth

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The Kenya Headmasters' In-Service Programme 1968-1972

In the early 1960s Kenya initiated a major effort to modernize its primary education - the so-called “New Primary Approach” (NPA). As this movement became more widespread, with large numbers of schools involved, the need for an in-service teacher training programme became a matter or urgency. In 1966, therefore, two major in-service courses were launched, one for primary headmasters, of whom there were about 5,000 in Kenya, and the other for unqualified teachers - about 8,000 in all.

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