Education has been seen as the only solution to the elimination of poverty, diseases and
illiteracy. Many governments including Kenya has equally paid serious attention in order
to achieve it. A literate population is more productive than an illiterate one hence the
need to enable every citizen the opportunity to access education at all levels.
It is therefore based on the above that the researcher ventures into the topic in order to
examine the impediments faced by the physically challenged while learning in integrated
schools within the study area.
The study is based on Bandura's Social Learning Theory (Bandura, 1977; 1963) that
posits that people learn from one another, via observation, imitation, and modeling. The
study will employ descriptive survey design, targeting a population that included all the
schools within Kamariny zone in Keiyo district. A sample of 9 public schools out of 16
schools will be used to carry out the research. This sample will represent over 30% hence
representative. Simple random sampling will be used to identify the sample population.
Findings will be manually analyzed and results presented by use of frequency tables and percentage tables.
The findings of the study indicated that schools paid little attention to this group of learners by not providing enough teaching and learning materials as well providing conducive learning environment safe from hazards.
The researcher recommended that the government should come up with a comprehensive policy detailing on how the physically challenged children should be handled to maximize their capabilities.
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