DropOut Patterns Among Female Students in Rwanda Secondary Schools
Female DropOut at the Secondary School level
DropOut Patterns Among Female Students in Rwanda Secondary Schools Research is intended to provide Policymakers, Educationists and Researchers an understanding of why secondary school education is affected by female dropout in Rwanda.
The book covers a wide range of issues that concern female dropout at the secondary school level in Rwanda.
It explores debates and reviews literature on processes that surround dropout.
One unique contribution of this research is that it shows how ‘time’ (girls’ time spent on domestic labor) could impact negatively on girls’ secondary school education in Rwanda.The book outlines recommendations on emerging issues and concludes by suggesting strategies that could be used by Policymakers and Educationists in Rwanda to reduce the problem of female dropout at the secondary school level.
Joan Murungi has attended MaryHill High School in Uganda.She holds a BA in Planning and Administration of Education from the National University of Rwanda,Rwanda.She also holds an Med in Education from the University of Witwatersrand South Africa.She is currently the Acting Director of Monitoring and Evaluation at the National University of Rwanda