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Don’t leave your children to teachers alone, parents urged

By Godfrey Wamalwa. Busia First Lady Judy Ojaamong has appealed to parents not to desert their children in the hands of teachers only, thus leading them to commit various atrocities in schools. Speaking in An’gorom Ward, the First Lady said it is regrettable that cases of arson which had disappeared have resurfaced in schools with some students being fingered for …

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Kenya-Re Niko Fiti campaign to benefit students living with disabilities

By Philip Tianda. Kenya-Re recently launched the second leg of Niko Fiti PWDs Education Integration Programme at Moi Girls Isinya in Kajiado County. This is after the successful first launch at Lenana School, Nairobi. The programme will give a chance to children living with disability to join reputable secondary schools from next year. More physically challenged people from Kajiado County …

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Schools set to enjoy free internet

By Alfred Kimosop. Baringo County Government and a Korean partner (KOICA) will soon facilitate Wi-Fi services in major towns in Kabarnet as it embraces ICT in Baringo. Speaking during the annual ICT contest awards that attracted several schools at the Kenya School of Government, Kabarnet, Baringo Governor, Stanley Kiptis said that plans with the National Government were underway to set …

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Ensure national exams run smoothly

By John Njoroge. Parents from Kuresoi and Molo Sub-counties have urged leaders to ensure proper measures are put in place for the national examinations run to smoothly. They said learners are ready for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams. “Our students have prepared themselves well for the national examinations,’’ Robert Kiplagat …

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Concern raised over absentee candidates

By Peter Amos. Concerns have been raised over candidates who register for national exams but do not attend classes, only to emerge later and demand to sit for the said tests. “This is a worrying trend that can negatively affect education standards if nothing is done to stop it,” said Peter Obuya- Kisumu West Sub-County Quality Assurance and Standards Officer. …

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