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  • National indiscipline fuelling rebellion in schools

    By Collins Akong’o. Acts of arson in schools occasioned by student misconduct have become the Frankenstein that threatens the goals of education in Kenya. But they cannot be slain by a lone voice in the name of Education Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Fred Matiang’i. These acts are worrying. Have the younger generation departed...

  • Challenges facing digital learning in Kenya

    By Kiptanui arap Rutto Email: rbeenie@gmail.com Our country is quickly embracing digital learning as the Jubilee Government promised when they were elected to power in 2013. The Ministry of Energy together with that of Education are saying that they have connected nearly all schools to power yet there are some schools without...

  • NASMLA REPORT RELEASED

    School management boards should adhere to entry age policy report. This is according to the National Assessment System for Monitoring Learner Achievement report (NASMLA) This is a huge step in the education sector. Parents, teachers and board members will get to engage more with student, hence they get to understand them more...

  • UASU STRIKE

    UASU plan to launch strike today Wednesday 18th  January 2017  AT 12:45 PM, at the University Of Nairobi grounds. The strike is to take off tomorrow, 19th January after a failed 2013-2014 CBA negotiations with the Government. This means learning activities in the Public universities will be paralyzed.    

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  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    National indiscipline fuelling rebellion in schools

    By Collins Akong’o. Acts of arson in schools occasioned by student misconduct have become the Frankenstein that threatens the goals of education in Kenya. But they cannot be slain by a lone voice in the name of Education Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Fred Matiang’i. These acts are worrying. Have the younger generation departed...

  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    Challenges facing digital learning in Kenya

    By Kiptanui arap Rutto Email: rbeenie@gmail.com Our country is quickly embracing digital learning as the Jubilee Government promised when they were elected to power in 2013. The Ministry of Energy together with that of Education are saying that they have connected nearly all schools to power yet there are some schools without...

  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    EFFECTIVE CHANGES IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR

    BY JACQUELINE ESPILA When the president appointed cabinet secretary hon. Matiang’i  to the Ministry of Education, he expected drastic changes to be made. Gauging by the squabbles that had tainted the ministry, Kenyans had lost faith in the Education sector. The cabinet secretary apologized to the public and vowed that he will...

  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    County set to have first medical college

    By Tsozungu Kombe and Amoto Dennis The County is set to have its first Kenya Medical Training...

  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    National indiscipline fuelling rebellion in schools

    By Collins Akong’o. Acts of arson in schools occasioned by student misconduct have become the Frankenstein that threatens the goals of education in Kenya. But they cannot be slain by a lone voice in the name of Education Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Fred Matiang’i. These acts are worrying. Have the younger generation departed...

  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    Challenges facing digital learning in Kenya

    By Kiptanui arap Rutto Email: rbeenie@gmail.com Our country is quickly embracing digital learning as the Jubilee Government promised when they were elected to power in 2013. The Ministry of Energy together with that of Education are saying that they have connected nearly all schools to power yet there are some schools without...

  • TSC and MINISTRY CIRCULARS
    NASMLA REPORT RELEASED

    School management boards should adhere to entry age policy report. This is according to the National Assessment System for Monitoring Learner Achievement report (NASMLA) This is a huge step in the education sector. Parents, teachers and board members will get to engage more with student, hence they get to understand them more...

  • NEWS
    UASU STRIKE

    UASU plan to launch strike today Wednesday 18th  January 2017  AT 12:45 PM, at the University Of Nairobi grounds. The strike is to take off tomorrow, 19th January after a failed 2013-2014 CBA negotiations with the Government. This means learning activities in the Public universities will be paralyzed.    

  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    EFFECTIVE CHANGES IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR

    BY JACQUELINE ESPILA When the president appointed cabinet secretary hon. Matiang’i  to the Ministry of Education, he expected drastic changes to be made. Gauging by the squabbles that had tainted the ministry, Kenyans had lost faith in the Education sector. The cabinet secretary apologized to the public and vowed that he will...

  • COUNTY FOCUS
    Mathematics study plan hits snag in Northern counties

    By Amoto Dennis The nationwide directive by Ministry of Education to recall 7,500 Standard Two pupils to...

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  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    National indiscipline fuelling rebellion in schools

    By Collins Akong’o. Acts of arson in schools occasioned by student misconduct have become the Frankenstein that threatens the goals of education in Kenya. But they cannot be slain by a lone voice in the name of Education Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Fred Matiang’i. These acts are worrying. Have the younger generation departed...

  • COMMENTARY AND OPINION
    Challenges facing digital learning in Kenya

    By Kiptanui arap Rutto Email: rbeenie@gmail.com Our country is quickly embracing digital learning as the Jubilee Government promised when they were elected to power in 2013. The Ministry of Energy together with that of Education are saying that they have connected nearly all schools to power yet there are some schools without...

  • TSC and MINISTRY CIRCULARS
    NASMLA REPORT RELEASED

    School management boards should adhere to entry age policy report. This is according to the National Assessment System for Monitoring Learner Achievement report (NASMLA) This is a huge step in the education sector. Parents, teachers and board members will get to engage more with student, hence they get to understand them more...

  • NEWS
    UASU STRIKE

    UASU plan to launch strike today Wednesday 18th  January 2017  AT 12:45 PM, at the University Of Nairobi grounds. The strike is to take off tomorrow, 19th January after a failed 2013-2014 CBA negotiations with the Government. This means learning activities in the Public universities will be paralyzed.    

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