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Lenana School gets new Principal

By Staff Reporter. Lenana School Principal, William Mwangi has replaced David Kariuki as the new Alliance High School Principal. Mwangi is a former long serving Thika High School Principal before joining Lenana. He also served as the National Treasurer for KESSHA for a long time. William Kiplagat Kemei, formerly of Paul Boit High School in Uasin Gishu County has been …

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Look into our plight, Gucha teachers urge

By Our Reporter. Gucha teachers have said they work under strenuous conditions and appealed to the Government to look into their plight. Speaking during a meeting convened by professionals led by Samwel Mogusu, a parliamentary aspirant for Bobasi Constituency at a hotel in Kisii town, the teachers said they were determined to improve academic standards but lacked infrastructural facilities. Mogusu …

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State warned over fake certificates crackdown

By Kese Werugha. State agencies have been warned against selective justice in the crackdown on fake education documents held by politicians. County ODM politicians challenged the National Government to query degrees certificates of all gubernatorial aspirants across the county and should not only concentrate on Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho. They were led by Governor, Amason Kingi, Senator, Stewart Madzayo …

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Parents urged to embrace curriculum review

Parents have been urged to embrace ongoing curriculum review as it will help produce all-rounded students into the society. County Kenya Primary School Heads Association (KEPSHA) Chairman, Granton Mwaliko said this is crucial as even those with minimal performance in academic sphere can still do well in other disciplines. However, he added that, curriculum and co-curriculum activities must equally be …

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Lamu County recruits 50 ECDE teachers

By Tsozungu Kombe. Lamu County Government has recruited 50 Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) teachers, according a senior official. Education Executive, Khamis Kaviha said the teachers have been placed under permanent and pensionable terms of service. He further disclosed that plans are at advanced stages to employ additional ECDE teachers to cope with the ever increasing number of nursery age …

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