Relevance is the ultimate aim of educational reforms worldwide.In Kenya, secondary school Home Science education has undergone several changes in recent years in search of relevance,which seems to be elusive . This book examines the policies and changes in Home Science education between the years 1981 and 2005. It also analyzes the teachers'' and students'' perceptions of the policies and changes. Views of teachers and students, as key players in the education process, are crucial in any attempts to attain the education relevance. The Book explores the impact of the policies and changes on objectives, content, time allocation and evaluation in the secondary school Home Science education .Contextual analysis shows that Home Science education in Kenya has evolved in terms of structure but very little in terms of the content itself. Gains made include localization of content and textbooks. However, the syllabus has increasingly become more theoretical despite the fact that this is a practical subject. Avenues for future review of the Home Science education are explored.