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Education reforms top agenda as School heads assemble in Nakuru

By Joseph Mukubwa. Over 2,000 primary school heads who are also members of the Kenya Primary School Heads Association (KEPSHA) from Central Kenya are set to meet for a four-day annual conference in the County. The Central Kenya Region KEPSHA members’ conference kicks off on April 10 and runs up to 13, 2017. According to the Chairman, Nicholas Gathemia, the …

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Kabarak VC lauds ministry for fighting exam cheating

By Alfred Kimosop. Ministry of Education has been lauded for rooting out examination malpractices. Kabarak University Acting Vice Chancellor, Henry Kiplagat said the ministry had through Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiang’i walked the talk in fighting cheating and allowing students to do exams under same conditions. He, however, prodded the ministry to look into the drop in performance of Kenya Certificate …

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Primary teacher curriculum to be reviewed soon, says Education PS

By Eric Nyayiera. The Primary Teacher Education (PTE) programme will soon be reviewed under the current education reforms. Education Principal Secretary, Dr. Belio Kipsang said this will align it to the current curriculum just like in primary and secondary schools. This, he said, will be achieved through retraining of teachers to provide them with skills and child centered approach. Speaking …

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