Dr. Felicita Wanjiru Njuguna


Title/Qualifications: PhD.
Department: Education Management Policy and Curriculum Studies
Contact Address: P. O. BOX 72091-00100 Nairobi
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Position:Senior Lecturer and Director, KU-RCD
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Area of Specialization: Social Psychology in Education- Management (Leadership, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Climate),  Jawaharlal Nehru University ,  India
Research Interests: Leadership; Strategic Planning; Monitoring and Evaluation;

Conference Presentations

  • Represented Africa in STEM education in a team of experts meeting in France, 2016

  • “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) , Social Justice and Media”- International Multidisciplinary Conference at Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) India 2017 May

  • Expert consultation meeting on girls education in science and mathematics preparing for a state-of- the-art report. at the UNESCO headquarters, Paris- Africa Representative. March 24-25,2016

  • Workshop on Strengthening monitoring and evaluation education and training in Anglophone East and Southern Africa-Nairobi 1-3 March, 2016

  • From MDGs to SDGs: The Contributions of international Higher Education, ANIE in Dares-Salaam, 7th-9th October, 2015.

  • Regional Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Theme “Africa for Results” 17-20th November, 2014: Kenya

  • National Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E ) Theme: “Kenya @50: Best Practices in Shaping the Future Towards Vision 2030”, 11-14th November, 2013 By Ministry of Devolution and Planning

  • KEMI Conference on Capacity Building, 26th -28th June, 2013


  • Mwaniki,S. G.; . Itegi, F. M.& Njuguna,F. W. (2018). Teachers’ Perceptions Towards Instructional Supervisory Competences of Educational Quality Assurance and Standards Officers. Journal of Education and Practice, ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online), Vol.9, No.8

  • Mwaniki, S. Njuguna, F.W. & Itegi, F.M. (2018). Bridging the Gap of Quality Education Provision in Secondary Schools: A Reflection on Existing Instructional Supervisory Practices. International Journal of Advanced Research, ISSN: 2320-5407, 6(2), 324-341.

  • Muasya, P.M.; Njuguna, F.W. & Ogola, M. (2017). The Extent To Which Instructional Leadership Practices By Head Teachers Contribute To Students’ Academic Performance In Machakos County, Kenya. European Journal of Education StudiesISSN: 2501 – 1111, ISSN-L: 2501 – 1111, Volume 3 │ Issue 5 │

  • Muasya, P.M.; Njuguna, F.W. & Ogola, M. (2017). Determination of The Most Important Aspects of Head Teachers’ Leadership Practices Influencing Student Academic Achievement In Secondary Schools: A Case Study of Machakos County, Kenya: European Journal of Educational Studies ISSN-L: 2501 – 1111, Volume 3, Issue 6.

  • Njuguna, F.W., Wanjama, L.N. (2016). Documentation of Gender Responsive Pedagogy as a Best Practice by the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE): A Case Study, UNGEI.

  • Muchanje, P.N., Njuguna, F.W. (2016). An Exploration of Factors Influencing Career Progression of Tutors in Public Primary Teachers' Training Colleges in Kenya. HRPUB online.

  • Itegi, F. & Njuguna, F.W. (2013). Cross-Border Higher Education in Africa: The Kenyan Experience ((JETERAPS) 4(5): 752-759).

  • Njuguna, F. & Itegi, F.M. (2013). Gender Based Violence in Educational Institutions and its Impacts on Girls’ Education: A Comparative Study of Selected Countries. Research Journal in Organizational Psychology & Educational Studies 2(5) 276-279 Rjopes, (ISSN: 2276-8475).

  • Ogecha, P. N., Waweru, S. N., & Njuguna, F.W. (2013). Factors Influencing Academic Achievement in Public Secondary Schools in Central Kenya: An Effective Schools’ Perspective- Educational Research International Journal.

  • Njuguna, F.W. (October, 2013). Cultural Construction of Leadership Effectiveness in Kenyan Secondary Schools: An Investigation. International Journal of Information Technology and Business ISSN 2304-0777. Vol.18 No.1 pp108-121.S

  • Njuguna, F.W. (2012). Leadership and Performance in Secondary Schools: Relationship Between Head Teachers’ Leadership Styles and Secondary Schools Students’ Performance in Kenya, ISBN978-3-8484-4304-8, 2012, LAP Lambert Publishing House, USA and UK.

  • Njuguna, F.W. (2012). Leadership Effectiveness and Job Satisfaction: Educational Leadership in Kenya, ISBN 978-3-8484-9892—5, 2012 by Lap Lambert Publishing House, USA and UK.


  • Itegi, F.M. & Njuguna, F.W. (2014). “Research in Institutions of Higher Learning in Africa” in Nafukho, F.M. & Muyia, H.M.A. and Irby, B. (2014). Governance and Transformations of Universities in Africa: A Global Perspective, Information Age Publishing


  •  Safety Standards manual for Schools (MOE and Church World Services)
  • Title: Teaching and Learning Mathematics in the Classroom: MOE, 2001; Chapters Authored:
      • The Role of the Key Resource Teacher
      • Planning for Teaching Mathematics
  • Secondary School Mathematics Syllabus, 2003, Macmillan (Moran) Publishing
  • Primary School Mathematics Syllabus, 2003, Macmillan (Moran) Publishing
  • Primary School Colleges Mathematics Syllabus,2003, Macmillan (Moran) Publishing


University Training Programs Development

  • 2014 Growing Leaders Program: Certificate in Leadership Development and Mentorship Kenyatta University
  • May 2014 Ministry of planning leadership Training Impact Evaluation module
  • June 2012 : Diploma in Educational Leadership and Management ( Department of Educational Management)
  • August 2012: Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation- Kenyatta University
  • 28th June 2012: Masters in Monitoring and Evaluation programme Kenyatta University School of Business Studies


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