Decentralization and Education Service Delivery in Kanungu District Local Government (2010-2017)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION .11

APPROVAL Ii

DEDICATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPERATIONAL DEFINITION OF THE KEY TERMS ix

CHAPTER ONE

1 .0 Introduction

I .1 Background of the Study

1.1.1 Historical perspective

• 1 .2 Theoretical perspective

• I .3 Conceptual perspective

I .4 Contextual perspective

1.2 Statement of the Problem 6

1.3 Purpose of the Study 7

I .4 Research Objectives 7

I .4.1 General Objective 7

.5 Speciflc objectives 7

I .6 Research Questions 7

I .7 Scope of the Study 8

I .8 Sign iflcance of the study 8

(1 IAPTER ‘I’WO TO

LITERATURE REVIEW 10

2.0 Introduction I I)

2.1 Extent of decentralization in the education service delivery programmes in Kanungu

District, Uganda 10

2.2 Education service delivery in local government under decentralization in Kanungu District, Uganda II

2.3 Effect of decentralization on education service delivery in Kanungu Disti’ict. Uganda ... I-I

2.4 Conceptual Framework 16

CHAPTER THREE 17

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 17

3.0 Introduction 17

3.I.ResearchDesign .17

32 Area ofthe Study .17

3.3 Stud) Population 17

3.4 Sample Size 18

3.5 Sample Procedure 18

3.6 Sources of Data 18

3.6.1 Primary Data 18

3.62 Secondary Data 19

3.7 Data Collection Methods 19

3.7.1 Interviews 19

3.7.2 Questionnaires 19

3.8 Data Processing 21)

3.9 Data Analysis 20

3.10 Ethical Consideration 21)

3.11 Limitations ofthe Stud) 21

CI IAPThR FOUR 22

PRESENTATIONS. INTEPRETATIONS AND ANALYSIS OF DATA 22

4.0 Introduction 22

4.1 Demographic characteristics ofrespondents 22

4.1.1 Gender of Respondents 22

4.1.2 Age ofthe respondents 23

4.1.3 Marital Status ofthe Respondents 24

4.1.4 Education Levels ofthe Respondents 25

42 Findings on extent ofdecentralization in the education service deliver) programmes in

Kanungu District. Uganda 26

4.3 Findings on education service delivery in local govemmeni under decentralization in

Kanungu District. Uganda 30

4A Findings on effect ofdecentralization on education service delivery in Kanungu I)istrict.

Uganda 34

CHAPTER FIVE 39

DISCUSSION OF FiNDINGS, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 39

5.0 Introduction 39

5.1 Discussion of findings 39

5.1.1 Demographic characteristics of respondents 39

5.1.2 Extent of decentralization in the education service delivery programmes in KanunguDistrict Uganda 40

5.1.3 Education service delivery in local government under decentralization in KanunguDistrict, Uganda 41

5.1.4 Effect ofdecentralization on education service delivery in Kanungu District Uganda 42

5.2 Conclusions 42

52.1 Extent ofdecentralization in the education service delivery programmes in Kanungu

District. Uganda 42

52.2 Education service delivery in local government under decentralization in Kanungu

District. Uganda 41

5.2.3 Effect of decentralization on education service delivery in Kanungu District Uganda 43

5.3 Recommendations 44

5.4 Areas of further research 45

REFERENCES 46

APPENDICES 48

APPENI)IX I: QUESTIONNAIRE 48

APPENDIX II: IN fERVIEW GUIDE i

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction This chapter presents the background to the study. statement of the problem. the purpose of the study, objectives of the study. research questions and assumptions. scope of the study, significance of the study, the justification of the study and the operational definitions of terms and concepts as applied to suit the context of the study. 1.1 Background of tIre Study This section encompasses thur perspectives namely historical, theoretical. conceptual and contextual perspectives. 1.1.1 HistorIcal perspective In the last quarter century. over 78 countries have attempted to transfer responsibilities of the state to local government. Significantly. most or these local governments have been elected, so that the decentralization is not just administrative or fiscal, but also political. The motivation for decentralization has varied (Akin et al., 2005). In Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. it was part or the political and economic transformation; in Latin America, it was to reinforce the transition to democracy; in South Africa, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. it was a response to ethnic or regional conflict; and in Chile, Cote d'Ivoire Somalia and Somaliland it was to improve the delivery of basic services. Even when it is not explicit improving health service delivery is an implicit motivation behind most of these decentralization efforts (Nsimbambi. 1998).

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PATIENCE, K (2022). Decentralization and Education Service Delivery in Kanungu District Local Government (2010-2017). Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/decentralization-and-education-service-delivery-in-kanljnglj-di5tricr-local-government-2010-2017

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PATIENCE, KYOMUGISHA . "Decentralization and Education Service Delivery in Kanungu District Local Government (2010-2017)" Afribary (2022). Accessed October 07, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/decentralization-and-education-service-delivery-in-kanljnglj-di5tricr-local-government-2010-2017