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This study sought to investigate challenges facing implementation of Life Skills Education in secondary schools in Trans-Nzoia West District in Kenya.
It was guided by the following specific objectives: To determine teachers’ training on Life Skills Education; to find out teachers’ and students attitudes towards implementation of Life Skills Education in secondary schools; to establish the level of availability and adequacy of teaching/learning resources for implementing Life Skills Education in secondary schools; to analyze the teaching/learning strategies adopted by teachers to implement Life Skills Education in secondary schools; and to find out suggestions of teachers and students on the ways of improving implementation of Life Skills Education in secondary schools.
A descriptive survey research design was employed in the study where the schools principals, teachers and students were involved.
The study findings are presented and discussed in this publication.
Francis holds a Masters of Education in Curriculum Development and is currently a Ph.D candidate in the same field in Kenyatta University.
He is also a long serving Kiswahili language and Christian Religious Education teacher in public secondary schools in Kenya
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