Prof. John Kanjogu Kiumi

Adjunct Lecturer

Prof. John Kanjogu Kiumi is a trained primary and secondary school teacher .His teaching experience at the two levels of education spans over 20 years .Additionally , he has 20 years of experience in teaching , research and leadership in Higher Education (HE) sector in Kenya .In regard to Leadership in the HE sector , he has served in several substantive administrative and leadership positions in Laikipia University (LU) including Chair of Department ( Curriculum and Educational Management ),Campus Director (Naivasha Campus) , Dean , School of Education, and Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic and Research) in an acting capacity .While in charge of the said administrative positions , he offered productive leadership in areas relating to development of strategic plans , initiation of academic programs , curriculum review , preparation of annual procurement plans , training of employees in areas relating to quality assurance and standards operating procedures as per ISO standards and procedures .Moreover , he initiated the process of linking LU with the Ministry of Education (MoE) and the County Government of Laikipia and Nyandarua .This initiative did not only increase LU visibility locally and nationally but also accrued researched opportunities to LU lecturers and capacitation of lecturers on the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD).

Prof. Kanjogu has also been engaged by the MoE in various leadership dockets among them Chair , Laikipia County Education Board ( CEB) -2013 to date , and membership to Boards of Management (BOM) in ten(10) secondary schools across Nyandarua , Laikipia and Nakuru counties .As a leader in these Ministerial appointments , he played critical roles relating to preparation of annual institutional budgets , resources mobilization for schools in the disadvantaged parts of the counties including initiation and operationalization of teacher capacitation and parent school partnership programmes.

Furthermore , Prof .Kanjogu has been involved in Consultancy Services to the County Government of Laikipia (CGL) and Elite schools (in Nyandarua County ) . Consultancy services rendered to the CGL are in areas relating to initiation and operationalization of education programs in the county and strategies for resourcing the programs .In regard to Consultancy engagement in Elite Schools has basically been on enhancement of the quality of the school’s organization governance and strategic management of human and non – human resources in the institution .Consultancy services to the CGL are anticipated to accrue ksh 8 millions to LU during the 2022/2023 financial year while consultancy to elite schools has already attracted ksh 1.5millions to LU.

Prof .Kanjogu is currently the Academic Leader of the PhD program( Educational Management ) in the Department of Curriculum and Educational Management in LU .The program has achieved a remarkable milestone as evidenced by increased rate of students intake and graduation since he took over the position in 2018.This achievement is largely attributed to his training by DAAD and Association of African Universities ( AAU) in Management of internalization of HE and Quality Assurance in Higher and Tertiary Education Respectively .

Prof .Kanjogu is also the current leader of the LU team that is working jointly with the CGL to establish the proposed Nanyuki University College of Manufacturing and Enterprise Development (NUCMED).He has also been engaged as an external subject matter expert (Programme expert ) by Maasai Mara University and Gretsa University .This is not to mention that he has been engaged as an external examiner by University of Nairobi (UoN) , Maasai Mara University (MMU) and Jaramongi Oginga Odinga of Science and Technology (JOOST) in areas relating to Educational Planning , Economics of Education and Educational Administration .Added to this is his continuous engagement by the University of Cape Coast , Ghana as an external examiner of candidates seeking for promotion to senior academic positions in the institution .

Prof .Kanjogu has been involved and continues to be engaged in mentorship and supervision of post graduate students including examination of masters and PhD thesis reports .As at July ,2022 , he has mentored and supervised to completion seven (7) PhD students and 24 masters students .He has published 48 papers in refereed journals and four (4) university level textbooks .Last but not the least , he has presented 19 papers in the 62 conferences / workshops he has participated at the national and international levels .

 Economics of education

 Educational planning

 Educational administration / management

Meru University of Science and Technology (2rd Kenya DAAD Scholars Association (KDSA) Mt. Kenya Regional Alumni Chapter. International Conference on Higher Education (2017) Graduate Performance Monitoring at Meru University of Science and Technology.

 

KCPA 4th Annual Scientific Conference on: The crucial Role of Counselors and Psychologist in Supporting the Candidates During the Pre-and Post -Election Period (Psychological Perspective towards a Peaceful 2017 General Election)

Kenya Methodist University Symposium on Healing the Human Person (October, 2014) entitled “The Role of Psychotherapy in HIV/AIDS Healing”

 

Kenya Methodist University Second Annual International Research Conference (August, 2014) entitled “Change of Attitude for Creation of Wealth”

  1. Parent – School Conflict Management :Research theory and practice International peer reviewed books and journals (IPRJP) 978-9966-1993-9-9- 2019
  2. Principals Management Styles and Students Discipline in Schools Lamberet Academic Publishing 978-3-8473-7349-0 2012
  3. Planning and Economics of Education Pangolin Publishers Limited 9966-9819-7-7 2005
  4. Distance Education and Students support services :The case of Nairobi University Kenya International Institute for Science , Technology & Education (IIST)- In press.
  1. Legal and policy Framework Governing Basic Education Sector in Kenya A Hand book of School Management in Laikpia County :The Role of Boards of Management Laikipia University 966-1709-5-8 2020
  2. 2020 Board of Management and School Governance: A Hand book of School Management in Laikipia County :The Role of Boards of Management Laikipia University 966-1709-5-8
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1. Muchemi, P.,& Kiumi, J.K.(2022).Influence of co –curricular activities provided in a school on students level of self – esteem :Case of public secondary schools in Nyandarua West Sub – County , Kenya .East Africa Journal of Education Studies , 5(1), 217-229.
2. Orina , J.O, Kiumi , J.K ., & Githae , K.P .(2021) .Determinants of teacher motivation and professional development in Kenya .International Journal of Education Administration and Policy Studies ,14(1),46-52

Year 2021
3. Mwaura, J.M., Gikonyo, N.W., & Kanjogu, J (2021) .System Approach and implementation of the Education programme in Kenya .Kenya Policy Briefs Journal, 2(2),77-78
4. Maina , M., Kiumi , J.K.,& Githae, P(2021).Academic qualification and Teachers’ job satisfaction in secondary schools in Nakuru County – Kenya .Research Journal of Education,7(2).87-91.ISSN(e):2413-0540, ISSN( p) :2413-8886.
5. Orina , J.O.,Githae , P.K., & Kiumi , J.K.(2021).Teacher appraisal as a predictor of teacher motivation in public secondary schools in Kenya .Global Scientific Journals, 9(7), 1-15.ISSN: 2320-9186.
6. Maina ,W.M., Kiumi .J.K.,& Githae , P.(2020) .Age and Job Satisfaction among public secondary school teachers in Nakuru County, Kenya .International Journal of Innovative Research and Development , 9(12) , 30 – 34 .ISSN:2278 – 0211 (Online)
7. Maina , M ., Kiumi , J.K., & Githae , P .(2021).Gender factor in Public Secondary School teachers job satisfaction in Nakuru County , Kenya .British Journal of Education. 9(1), 59 – 67, ISSN (Online ):2054 – 636X; ISSN( print ):2054 – 6351
8. Kiumi , J. K(2021). Gender and School Size: Do they influence principals inclusion of teachers in school organization management ? Cape Comorin Journal, 3(7),84-91. ISSN:2582-1962.
9. Orina , J.O. , Kiumi , J.K. , & Githae , K.P.(2021).Work environment as a predictor of teacher motivation in Kenya .International Journal of Education and Research , 9(3) , 131 – 144.ISSN:2411 – 5681 .

Year 2020
10. Ndei, J.G., Kaboro, P.G., & Kiumi, J.K. (2020). Impact of constituency development fund in financing secondary school education in Ndaragwa Constituency, Kenya. International Journal of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(2), 148-158. ISSN: 2582-0745.

Year 2019
11. Gichuru, C.M, Mayabi. J., & Kanjogu, J.K. (2019). Sexual self-esteem as a predictor of risky sexual behavior among female students attending teacher training colleges in Kenya. Edition Consortium Journal of Curriculum and Educational Studies, 1(3), 106-114. ISSN: 2663-9319.
12. Gichuru, C.M., Kanjogu, J.K., & Mayabi, J (2019). Influence of sexual and reproductive health knowledge on risky sexual behavior among female students attending teacher training colleges in Kenya. Edition consortium of Psychology, Guidance and Counseling, 1 (3), 103-111, ISSN: 2664-0112.
13. Wepukhuru, V., Kanjogu, J. K., & Ngunjiri, M. (2019). Principals’ perception of challenges undermining effective implementation of free secondary education in Likuyani Sub-county, Kenya. European Journal of Education Studies, 6(6), 137-145. ISSN: 2501-1111.
14. Wekesa, E.W., Kanjogu, K., & Thuku, S. N. (2019). Influence of selected personal factors on pupils progression in public primary schools in Trans-Nzoia West Sub-county, Kenya. Edition Consortium Journal of Curriculum and Educational Studies (ECJCES).1 (2), 42 – 53. ISSN: 2663-9319.
15. Wekesa, E. W., Kanjogu, J. K., & Ndichu, T.S. (2019). Influence of selected school factors on pupils progression in public primary schools in Trans-Nzoia West Sub-County, Kenya. Journal of Advances in Education and Philosophy, 3 (9). 1-6. ISSN: 2523-2665 (print); ISSN: 2523-2223 (Online).
16. Gicheru, Ndei. J., Githae, Kaboro. P., & Kanjogu, Kiumi. J. (2019). Impact of constituency development fund in financing secondary school education in Ndaragwa Constituency, Kenya. International Journal of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(2), 148-159, ISSN: 2582 – 0745.

Year 2018
17. E. Waweru Kingori., J. Kanjogu Kiumi., & I. Wanjohi Kingori.(2018). Relationship between school characteristics and students Academic Aspirations. The case of Public Secondary Schools in Laikipia County – Kenya. East African Scholars Journal of Humanities and Literature, 1(2),62-69. ISSN 2617-443X(print) ISSN 2617-7250(online).
18. Mucheru. V.W., Kiumi, J.K., & Kingori , J.W. (2018). School social capital and pupils’ preparedness for upper primary in Nakuru County, Kenya. Research Journal of Education, 4(10), 155-160. ISSN: 2413-1254 (Online); ISSN: 2413-8886 (Print).
19. Ndei , J.G., Kiumi, J.K., & Kaboro, P.G.(2018). Influence of selected institutional factors on the impact of constituency development fund in financing education in Public Secondary Schools in Ndaragwa Constituency , Kenya . Journal of Education and Development , 2(3) , 13-24. ISSN :2529-7996.
20. Kingori, E.W., & Kiumi , J.K. (2018). School location, school type and students’ academic aspiration: The case of public secondary schools in Laikipia County- Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research, 6(8), 325-337, ISSN: 2411- 5681.
21. Mucheru, V.W., Kiumi, J.K., & Baraza, E.M. (2018). Family-level cultural capital and pupils’ preparedness for upper primary in Nakuru County, Kenya. European Journal of Education Studies, 5(3), 142-147, ISSN: 2501-1111.
22. Gatere, W., Kiumi, J.K., & Ngugi, M. (2018). To assess the influence of selected community based factors on girls’ participation rate in public day secondary schools in Naivasha Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJSRM), 6 (7), 517-527. ISSN (online): 2321-3418.
23. Murage, P., Kanjogu, J., & Ngunjiri, M. (2018). Influence of cultural factors on pupil’s transition from primary to secondary schools in Laikipia West Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJSRM), 6 (10), 701-710. ISSN (e): 2321-3418.

24. Mwaniki, G. S. K., Ngunjiri, M., & Kiumi , J.K. (2018). Relationship between parents’ commitment to their children education and level of students’ discipline in public secondary schools in Naivasha Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management, 6 (3), 169-176. ISSN (e) :2321-3418.
25. Gatere, W.J., Kiumi. J.K, & Ngugi, M. (2018). To determine the influence of selected school based factors on girls’ participation rate in public day secondary schools in Naivasha Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJSRM), 6 (7), 528 – 540. ISSN (e): 2321 – 3418.
Year 2017
26. Muchemi, P., & Kanjogu, J. K. (2017). Age differences in secondary traumatic stress levels among judges and magistrates in Rift Valley region, Kenya. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 7 (14), 68-78, ISSN: 2224-5766 (print). ISSN :2225-0484(Online).
27. Kiumi, J.K. (2017). Headteachers’ preferred parent-school conflict management style in public primary schools in Nyahururu sub-county, Kenya. The effect of gender and headship experience. Journal of Social Sciences, Education and Humanities, 3(1), 40-51. ISSN: 2309 – 1010.
28. Muchemi, P., & Kanjogu, J. K. (2017). Secondary traumatic stress levels among judges and magistrates in Rift Valley region, Kenya. Journal of Social Sciences, Education and Humanities, 3(1), 1-13. ISSN: 2309-1010.

Year 2016
29. Mwaniki, G. S. K., Ngunjiri, M.,& Kanjogu, J.K. (Sept. 2016). Influence of teacher-student relationship on students indiscipline in public secondary schools in Naivasha Sub-County, Kenya. 10SR Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (10SR-JHSS), 21 (9), 30-37. ISSN (e): 2279-0837, ISSNC(P): 2279-0845.
30. Kiumi, J.K., & Maina, M. (August, 2016). Relationship between local culture, parental support, and effective implementation of free secondary education in Njoro Sub-County, Kenya. Journal of African Studies in Educational Management and Leadership, 7 (2), 8-36. ISSN (online): 2078-7650.

31. Mwangi, P. M., Kanjogu, J.K., Ngunjiri, M. (2016). Extent family’s socio-economic factors influence pupils transition from primary to secondary schools in Laikipia West Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, 1(8), 1225-1236. ISSN: 2455-8834.
32. Mwangi, P. M., Kanjogu, J.K., & Ngunjiri, M. (2016). Influence of community factors on pupil’s transition from primary to secondary schools in Laikipia West Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, 1 (8), 1215-1224. ISSN: 2455-8834.
33. Mwembi, R.B., Kiumi, J. K., & Wachira, G. M. (2016). Influence of social-cultural factors on students wastage levels in public secondary schools in Nyandarua County, Kenya. Research Journal of Education, 4 (3), 1-10. ISSN: 2347-8225.

Year 2015
34. Kanjogu, J. K., Chemnjor, C., & Karanja, M. M. (2015). The influence of gender on teachers’ level of involvement in decision making by public secondary school principals in Nyahururu Sub-county, Kenya. Journal of Social Sciences, Education and Humanities (JSSEH), 2 (1), 121-140. ISSN: 2309 -1010.
35. Kanjogu, J. K., Ngunjiri, M., & Maina, M. (2015). Relationship between funding, physical facilities, and effective implementation of free secondary education in Njoro Sub- County, Kenya. Journal of Social Sciences, Education, and Humanities (JSSEH), 2(1), 203-220. ISSN: 2309-1010.

Year 2014
36. Kanjogu, J.K., Chemnjor, C., & Macharia, K. (2014). Determinants of teacher involvement in decision making process by secondary school principals in Nyahururu Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Modern Education Research, 1 (3), 53-6
37. Kanjogu, J. K., Ngunjiri, M., & Maina, M. (2014). Relationship between teacher supply, parental support and effective implementation of free secondary education in Kenya. International Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE) 1(9) 40-51. ISSN :2349-0373 (print), ISSN :2349-0381(online).

Year 2013
38. Kanjogu, J. K. (2013). Relationship between school-size, school location, and parental support in public secondary schools in Nyahururu and Laikipia West District, Kenya. Kenya Journal of Educational Planning, Economics & Management, 6(1), 1-15. ISSN: 2074-5400.
39. Kanjogu, J. K. (2013). Parent school conflict management in Kenya: Insights from Thomas and Kilman’s Theory. Crown Research in Education, 2(1), 1-5. ISSN: 2276-7436.
40. Kanjogu, J. K., Mukunga, S. K., & Nganga, W. (2013). Influence of pupil-teacher ratio and school location on pupils performance in exit examination in Kenya’s free primary education program. International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences, 2(6), 423-431. ISSN: 2306-7276.
41. Kiumi, J. K., Wanyoike, S.N., & Kibe, S.M (2013). The influence of school-type and school category on parental support in public secondary schools in Nyahururu and Laikipia West Districts, Kenya. International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 2(2), 169-186. ISSN (Print): 2225-8590; ISSN (Online):2227-5452.

Year 2012
42. Kiumi, J.K. (2012). Personal and school based factors as predictors of principals’ inclusiveness in students discipline management: The case of public secondary schools in Nyandarua and Laikipia districts, Kenya. Universal Journal of Education and General Studies, 1 (3), 049-054.
43. Kiumi, J.K., & Bosire, J. (2012). Relationship between type of school, principals’ management approaches and level of students discipline in public secondary schools in Nyandarua and Laikipia Districts, Kenya. International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 1(2), 261-279. ISSN (Print): 2225-8590. ISSN (online): 227-5452.

Year 2009
44. Kiumi, J. K. (2009). External degree programme graduates’ perception of students support services in the faculty of external studies, university of Nairobi. African Research Review, 3(4), 208-226. ISSN (print): 1994-9057; ISSN (online):2070-0083.

45. Kiumi, J. K. (2009). Relationship between principals’ management approaches and students discipline in public secondary schools in Nyandarua and Laikipia Districts, Kenya. Global Journal of Educational Research. 8 (182), 29-38. ISSN: 1596-6224.
46. 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. Africa Research Review, 3 (3), 339-413. ISSN (print): 1994-9057; ISSN (online): 2070-0083.

Year 2008
47. Kiumi, J. K. (2008). Students’ perception of the effectiveness of support services. The case of external bachelor of education degree programme at the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education, 7 (2&3), 184-201. ISSN: 1021-1128.

Year 2006
48. Kiumi, J. K. (2006). The influence of head teachers’ managerial approaches on teachers and parental input in students’ discipline. Egerton Journal: Humanities, Social Sciences and Education, 6 (2&3). 260-273. ISSN: 1021-1128.

6. Conference Presentations

Year 2022
49. Kiumi , J.K.(2022).Role of a Supervisor in Management of Emerging Issues Among Teaching Practice Students. Paper presented in an in house workshop organized by the Department of Curriculum and Educational Management, Laikipia University , Kenya.
50. Kiumi, J.K.(2022).Quality learning outcomes :Implications for lecturer and student motivation in a University setting. Paper presented during pedagogy workshop held in Laikipia University on 9th Feb , 2022.

Year 2021

51. Kiumi , J.K.(2021).Teaching Practice Reporting Tool .Paper presented during an in house workshop on students’ practicum organized by the Department of Curriculum and Educational Management on 18th October , 2021.
52. Kiumi ,J.K.(2021) .Gender and school size :Do they influence principals inclusion of teachers in school organization management ?Paper presented during the international virtual conference on Languages, Humanities , Social Sciences and Education organized by Lavender Literacy Club, India between 5th – 8th August ,2021.
53. Kiumi , J. K ( 2021).Post graduate students supervision :The role expectations of supervisor and supervisee. Paper presented during proposal and project /Thesis writing workshop for post graduate students held in Laikipia University, Kenya ,from 17th -18th June ,2021.
54. Kiumi , J. K (2021) Skill set and training needed for transformative and visionary leadership. Paper presented during the first Laikipia County leadership development programme held online on 27th may 2021.

Year 2019
55. Kiumi, J.K ( 2019) .Developing a Research Idea .Paper presented during the school of Education Research Methodology workshop held in Laikipia University , Kenya on 25th , Feb , 2019.

Year 2018
56. Kiumi , J. K (2018) :Effective communication skills in teaching / learning process in a university setting .Paper presented during pedagogy workshop held in Laikipia University , Kenya on 13th July 2018.
57. Kiumi, J. K., & Muchemi, P. (2018). Influence of co-curricular activities provided in a school on students level of self-esteem: Case of public secondary schools in Nyandarua West Sub-County. Paper presented during the 4th Laikipia University International Conference held at Laikipia University, Kenya from 22nd to 24th May, 2018.
58. Kingori, E.W., & Kiumi, J. K. (2018). Schooling and students’ academic aspiration. The mediating effect of parental education and income. Paper presented during the Kenya Association of Educational Administration and

Management ( KAEAM) Symposium held in Jumuia Conference Centre, Nakuru – Kenya from 3rd-5th Oct, 2018.
59. Kiumi, J.K., & V.W Mucheru.(2018).Influence of home and school factors on quality of pupils preparation for upper primary in Nakuru County , Kenya . Paper presented during KAEAM Conference held in Nakuru from 2nd -5th July ,2018

Year 2016
60. Kiumi, J. K. (2016). Head teachers preferred parent-school conflict management styles in public primary schools in Laikipia County: The effect of gender and headship experience. Paper presented during the 3rd Laikipia University international conference held at Laikipia University, Kenya. 24th-27th May, 2016.
61. Kiumi, J.K.(2016).Education for sustainable developments. Paper presented during the KAEAM conference held at Jumuia Conference Centre, Nakuru – Kenya form 10th – 12th Oct ,2016.

Year 2014
62. Kiumi, J. K., Ngunjiri, M., & Maina, M. (2014). Relationship between local culture, parental support and effective implementation of free secondary education in Njoro Sub-County, Kenya. Paper presented during the Kenya Association of Educational Administration and Management ( KAEAM) conference held in Jumuia conference, Nakuru -Kenya, 8th- 10th Oct; 2014.
63. Kiumi, J. K. (2014). The influence of age and gender on primary school head teachers’ conflict management styles in Nyahururu and Laikipia West sub-counties, Kenya. Paper presented during the 2nd Laikipia International Conference held in Laikipia University from 20th-23rd May, 2014.
64. Kiumi, J. K., Ngunjiri, M., & Maina, M. (2014). Relationship between level of funding, physical infrastructure, and effective implementation of tuition free secondary education in Njoro district, Kenya. Paper presented during the 2nd Laikipia International Conference held in Laikipia University from 20th-23rd May, 2014.

Year 2013

Management ( KAEAM) Symposium held in Jumuia Conference Centre, Nakuru – Kenya from 3rd-5th Oct, 2018.
59. Kiumi, J.K., & V.W Mucheru.(2018).Influence of home and school factors on quality of pupils preparation for upper primary in Nakuru County , Kenya . Paper presented during KAEAM Conference held in Nakuru from 2nd -5th July ,2018

Year 2016
60. Kiumi, J. K. (2016). Head teachers preferred parent-school conflict management styles in public primary schools in Laikipia County: The effect of gender and headship experience. Paper presented during the 3rd Laikipia University international conference held at Laikipia University, Kenya. 24th-27th May, 2016.
61. Kiumi, J.K.(2016).Education for sustainable developments. Paper presented during the KAEAM conference held at Jumuia Conference Centre, Nakuru – Kenya form 10th – 12th Oct ,2016.

Year 2014
62. Kiumi, J. K., Ngunjiri, M., & Maina, M. (2014). Relationship between local culture, parental support and effective implementation of free secondary education in Njoro Sub-County, Kenya. Paper presented during the Kenya Association of Educational Administration and Management ( KAEAM) conference held in Jumuia conference, Nakuru -Kenya, 8th- 10th Oct; 2014.
63. Kiumi, J. K. (2014). The influence of age and gender on primary school head teachers’ conflict management styles in Nyahururu and Laikipia West sub-counties, Kenya. Paper presented during the 2nd Laikipia International Conference held in Laikipia University from 20th-23rd May, 2014.
64. Kiumi, J. K., Ngunjiri, M., & Maina, M. (2014). Relationship between level of funding, physical infrastructure, and effective implementation of tuition free secondary education in Njoro district, Kenya. Paper presented during the 2nd Laikipia International Conference held in Laikipia University from 20th-23rd May, 2014.

Year 2013

65. Kiumi, J. K., & Kibe, M. (2013). Relationship between head teachers leadership experience, teacher supervision, school location, and pupils’ performance in KCPE examination in Olkalou Division, Kenya. Paper presented during Mount Kenya University first International Research and Innovation conference held in Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, from 28th-30th August, 2013.
66. Kiumi, J. K. (2013). Influence of gender on head teachers leadership style. Paper presented during Riara University first international conference held in Riara University, Kenya, from 18th to 20th July, 2013.

Year 2012
67. Kiumi, J.K.(2012).Parent-teacher conflict in Kenya’s primary schools: Conceptualization, impact and resolution strategies. Paper presented during Laikipia University first international conference held in Laikipia University, Kenya, from 20th-23rd June, 2012.