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After primary education those who passed very well proceeded to secondary school which ended four years later with the writing of the East African Certificate of Education examination (EACE).The highest level of education that qualified one to attend university was attained after two years of high school at that time distinct from secondary school with students sitting for the East African Advanced Certificate of Education (EAACE).In 2009, in collaboration with the NAC, Uwezo Kenya conducted an assessment of the basic literacy and numeracy skills of children ages 6–16.
To date, there has been steady growth in the advancement of education in the country.
the country boasts of a great number of public and private universities as well as middle-level colleges.
Some private schools, however, offer a system of education similar to the British system of education with ordinary level exams, "O-levels" taken at the end of 4 years of secondary school and advanced levels "A-levels", taken after two years of high school.
With the expansion of the railway from Mombasa to Uganda, the missionaries expanded their work into Kenya's interior.
An attempt to set up a school and mission at Yatta in 1894 was resisted by the Kamba tribe.