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Prof. Anthony Kiplangat Sang

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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
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Job Category
Teaching
Phone Number
+254728039503
Division / Faculty
Faculty of Education and Community Development Studies
Directorate / Dept
DEPT. OF CURR.INSTRUCTION & EDU MGT
Educational Management
Address
Box 536 Egerton
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Year

Degree

Institution

2002

PhD in Educational Management

University of Cape Town South Africa,

1990

Master of education (M.Ed.) in Education Administration.

Dalhouse University, Nova Scotia, Canada.

1985

Bachelor of Education (Arts) degree

University of Nairobi

FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
  • Education Management
  • Leadership
  • Policy Studies
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Dates/Year

Title of Certificate

Institution Awarding

March 2018

Training on Impact Evaluation

PASGR (Partnership for African Social and Governance Research

March 2018

Training on Advanced Research Design.

The Modules were;

·         Designing Social Inquiry,

·         Critical Policy Encaged Research,

·         Multi-Methods Strategies and

·         Ethics for Social Science Research

PASGR

August 2013

Orientation to Case Study Teaching Course

PASGR

August 2013

Alternative Pedagogical Approach

PASGR

August 2013

Curriculum Development for Collaborative Master of Research and Public Policy Programme

PASGR

September 2008

University Academic advising training

Egerton University

August 2005

In-house Training on Financial Management for Egerton University Deans and Heads of Department

FKE

WORK EXPERIENCE

2013 to Date

Associate Professor of Educational Management, Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya

2009 to 2017

Chairman of Department- Department of

Curriculum, Instruction & Education Management

2009, March to 2013

Senior Lecturer and Chairman of Department- Department of

Curriculum, Instruction & Education Management

           

2009  to 2013

-External Examiner- College of Education, University of Nairobi, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, and Kabarak University

2009-2012

 External Examiner- Dar-es-salaam University College of Education

2007-2009

Coordinator Teacher Education Programme, College of Open and

Distance Learning. -Chairman, Faculty Publication committee,

Faculty of Education Egerton University

2005 – 2006   

Chairman, Department of Educational Administration and Planning,

Egerton University.

1992

Lecturer, the Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Education

Management, teaching both Masters and Undergraduate students.

1991 – 1992

Assistant Lecturer- Department of Education Administration and

Planning

Examination Officer – Department of Educational Administration

and Planning.

1990

Assistant Lecturer, Kenya Technical Teachers College Nairobi.

Taught teachers pursuing Diploma in Education Certificate course.

1986 – 1987

Examiner, Kenya National Exam Council

1986 – 1988

Graduate teacher III, Kabianga School, Kericho,

KEY PROJECTS
  1. 2015 Rono,T.K,Sang .A.K,Sisungo,W Internally Funded project by Research Division, Egerton University Njoro Kenya “Effects of selected cultural, financial and school-based factors on girl-child Educational access and socio-economic development: Case of Sharkish flower farm Nakuru county Kenya. Report published in indigenous and minority Education Vol 9(4) 253-256 Routledge Publishers.
  2. 2013 Sang A.K,Rono T.K,Mimukha,C OSSREA Funded Research Project “Entrepreneurship as an alternative approach to funding public Universities in Kenya.” Report published in Tefera, Damdue(Ed.). Funding Higher Education in Sub-SaharanCV Africa (chapter 6, pp 130-147). London, Palgrave, MacMillan
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Educational Management
  • Higher Education
  • Performance management ,
  • strategic planning,
  • Policy, Design,
  • Impact Evaluation & Analysis
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
  1. Kiveu,NM,Sang A.K &Ngesa F.N.(2017).”Factors influencing Internal efficiency of Public Schools in Bungoma County: International Journal of new Technology & Research Vol.3(10),54-65 ISSN:2454-4116.
  2. Karanja, D. Sang A.K, Ndirangu, M.(2017) “Influence of Integration of ICT on Human Resource Management in Kenyan Public Universities.” International Journal of Sustainability management in information Technology. Vol.3(6) 73-78, ISSN 2575-5110
  3. Kiveu, N.M.Sang A.K & Negesa, F.A(2017). “Teachers perceptions on the Relationship between Learners’ Discipline and Internal efficiency of Schools in Bungoma county” International Journal of Technology & Research. Vol. 3(10) 74-91, ISSN:2454-4116.
  4. Karanja, D, Ndirangu, M. & Sang A.K (2017). “Influence of Integration of ICT ON Academic Management in Kenyan Public Universities”. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development . ISSN 2278-0211(online). www.ijird.com
  5. Warukira W,Sang A.K, Ngesa F.N (2018).”Effects of free primary Education on frequency of assessment in public primary schools in Nyandarua county Kenya” .International journal of advance Research and Review. Vol. 3(9), online,(www.ijarr.in)
  6. Koros P.K,Sang A.K and Kalai J.M (2013).”Repetition rates in public secondary schools in Kericho District in Relation to selected school characteristics.A situational Analysis” Journal of Educational and practice
  7. Sang A.K,Koros P.K &Bosire J.N(2013)” An analysis on Dropout Levels of public Secondary school students in Kericho district in relation to selected characteristics”International Education Studies.(ISSN 1913-9020)
  8. Muthaa,G.M,Sang A.K,& Mbugua Z.K.(2012),”Relevance of Technical Training Institutes Taught Skills to Current Job Needs in industries and organisations”.International journal of business,Humanities and Technology Vol 2(5)109-113
  9. Sang A.K,Muthaa,G.M and Mbugua Z.K.(2012).”Challenges Facing Technical Training in Kenya”.Creative Education:vol 3(1)109-113.
  10. Kirui R.K, Mbugua Z.K & Sang A.K,(2011).”Challenges Facing Headteachers in Security Management in Public Secondary Schools in Kisii County in Kenya”.International Journal of Humanities and social Science.Vol 1(15)228-233
  11. Bosire J., Sang A.K., Kiumi J.K. & Mungai V.C. (2009): The Relationship between Principals’ Managerial Approaches and Student discipline in Secondary Schools in Kenya. African Research Review. 3(3) 399-413.
  12. Koros, P.K. Ngware, W.M.Sang AK (2009). Principals’ and student perceptions on Parental contribution to Financial Management in secondary schools in Kenya. Quality Assurance in Education 17(1) 61-78
  13. Odebero S.O Bosire J.N Sang A.K Ngala B.J. Ngware W.M (2007). Equity in the distribution of HELB loans in Kenya in relation to students’ characteristics: an impirical analysis: Education Research Review 2(8)
  14. Odebero S.O. Sang A.K, Bosire J.N, and Othuon A.I (2007). Equity in the distribution of Bursary to secondary school student in Busia District, Kenya. Educational Research and Review 2 (12) 315-320
  15. Odebero S.O. Sang A.K, Ngala, FBJN(2007). Higher Education loans Board financing of University Education in Kenya: The effectiveness in the loan Recovery process: The Educator 1(2) 169-183.
  16. Sang A.K. (2004) “Teachers” perception of effectiveness of Kenya National Union of teachers and its relation to teachers’ characteristics. Journal of Education and Human Resource 2(2), 138-157
CONFERENCES & INVITED PRESENTATIONS

June 2008

Attended and participated in a training on Corporate Governance Course held at Hotel Cathay, Nakuru.

24th September 26th Sept. 2008.

Facilitated a Pedagogical workshop held at ARC Hotel, Egerton fr

September 2008

Participated in University Academic advising training held on 2nd September 2008 at CMRT Egerton University Njoro

12th-22nd November 2007.

Participated in a workshop on the development of Distance Learning material held at Egerton University, Njoro on 12th-22nd November 2007

August 2005

Attended an In-house Training on Financial Management for Egerton University Deans and Heads of Department, conducted by FKE at ARC Hotel, Egerton University on 4th August 2005

October 2003

Participated as a resource person in the Applied course for school Administrators and Management in Nyahururu in

TEACHING AREAS
  • Education Management
  • leadership
  • Policy Studies
  • Research
POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION
MASTERS LEVEL :
  1. Hellen N. Joseph (2013). “Stakeholdres perceptions on the Influence of Selected Factors on the Effectiveness of Youth Polytechnics Training: A case of Public Youth Polythecnics in Embu County”.
  2. 2. Lamech Siko (2013) “Relationship between Public School Principles Leadership Styles and Students’ performance – KCSE in Gucha District, Kisii County,Kenya”.
  3. William N. Marionya (2013) “The influence of selected Public Home Background Fcators on Schooling in Public Primary schools in Kisii Municipality, Kenya”.
  4. David Omae Onyancha (2013) “Factors affecting utilization of selected Teaching and Learning Resources in Public Day Secondary Schools in Nyacheki Division, Nyamache District, Kenya”.
  5. Koskey R. Kirui (2011) “Challenges facing Headteachers in Security Management of Public Secondary Schools in Kisii Central Distict, Kisii County, Kenya”.
  6. Macharia, E.M (2012) “Adult Learners’ perceptions on the Functional Programme in Nakuru County”.
  7. Kamau, P.W. (2011) “Influence of selected Factors on students enrolment in Public Youoth Polythecnics: A case of Gatundu District, Kenya”.
  8. Kariuki, A.W.K (2011) “Secondary School teachers’ Perceptions on selected Factors that influence their Morale and Commitment to Work: A case of Nakuru District, Kenya”.
  9. Sirma H.J.K. (2011). “Relationship between Selected Headteachers Secondary Schools: A case of Nandi South District, Kenya”.
  10. Wilson Kiprugut Terer (2010). “The influence of Selected factors on Female students’ Participatory in Technical and Vocational Education and trainng: A case of Rift Valley province, Kenya”.
  11. Beatrice Nyakan (2010) “Perceptions of teachers on the effects of HIV and AIDS on schooling among primary schools in Rachuonyo District, Kenya”.
  12. Kyalo. C.D. (2010) “Stake holders’ assessment of the effectiveness of the implementation of the Physical Education Curriculum in Public Secondary Schools in Makueni District, Kenya”.
  13. Edward D. N. Makori (2009) “Secondary School Headteachers’ Administrative Challenges and Strategies they use to counter, them: The case of Gucha District, Kenya”.
  14. Betty Jeruto Tikoko (2007). Status of Teaching and learning in Public School since the introduction of Free Primary Education: The case of Rongai District, Rift Valley province, Kenya”.
  15. Karuru, M.C. (2007) “Factors affecting enrolment in secondary schools: A case study of Ol-Bolosat Secondary School in Nyandarua District, Kenya”.
  16. Evelyne Okao (2007), “Teachers’ perception towards the Teaching of Economics in secondary Schools: Implications on the Business Studies and Curriculum in Kenya”.
  17. Koross P.K. (2006) “Stakeholders’ Perception of Parental Contribution to the management of Public Secondary Schools in Kericho District, Kenya”.
  18. Joyce Idumu (2006) “Attitudes of Secondary School Teachers towards Quality Assuarance and Standards Officers in Turkana Districts, Kenya”.
  19. Kadenge,S.Karisa (2006) “Effects of the School feeding programmes on Primary Schooling: A case of Vitengeni Division, Kilifi District, Kenya”.
  20. Catherine Jematia Kiprop (2005). “Challenges facing headteachers in maintaining student discipline in the post- caning era in Kenya: A case of Rongai Division, Nakuru District”.
PhD. LEVEL :
  1. Koross Peter K. (2013) ‘’internal Efficiency of Public Secondary Schools in Relationship to Selected School Characteristics: The case of Public Secondary schools in Kericho District, Kenya’’.
  2. Mary K. Mboga (2013). “Effects of Parental Participation in Secondary School Development, Nakuru County, Kenya”.
  3. George M. Muthaa (2009), “Relevance of skills offered by Technical Training Institutes to Employment Needs in Industries and Business Organisations, Kenya ”.
  4. Stephen O. Odebero (2008) “Equity in Access to University Education in Kenya through HELB Loans in Relation to Demand and supply and Effectiveness in Loan Recovery”
  5. John K. Kiumi (2008) “Realtionship between Principles Management Approaches and level of students’ discipline in Public Secondary School in Nyandarua and Laikipia Districts, Kenya”.
OTHER SOCIETIES
  1. Member of OSSREA
  2. Member Kenya Education Management Society of Kenya
REFEREES

Prof. Joseph Bosire

DVC Academic affairs,

JOOUST, Bondo

 

Dr. Thomas Serem,

Registrar, HCA

Egerton University

 

Prof. Joash Kibet

University of Kabianga

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