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Govt urged to develop policy for ECDE sector

The National Government has been asked to develop a policy governing Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) programmes in the training of Pre-Service and In-Service training institutions. Dr. Dominic Mwenja, a university lecturer and proprietor of Miramar International College in Nairobi also added that there was need for legislation to streamline the ECDE curriculum in the country. He decried the lack …

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Professionals challenged to invest in education

Professionals and elites from Ugunja Sub-County have been challenged to come back and develop their village schools to enhance academic performance across the region. Ugunja politician, Joseph Alur said there is no way the village schools could grow if professionals don’t come home to develop them. He stated that the only way through which they can give back to the …

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Why Kenyan varsity staff are poor

These payments were to be shared proportionately by three unions, namely University Academic Staff Union (UASU), University Non-academic Staff Union (UNTESU) and Kenya Union of Domestic Hotels Educational Institutions Hospital and Allied Workers (KUDHEIHA). “The remaining Sh3.9 billion (i.e. second half of the requirement) was to be paid in the context of the 2010/2013 Medium Expenditure Framework Budget,” added the …

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Principal who tackled exam cheating years before Matiang’i

By Titus Murithi The new Kathiani High School Principal, Mr. Nicholas Nyagah who was transferred from Nkubu High School in the recent TSC transfers can be credited as a school administrator who unflinchingly fought against exam cheating during his tenure at Nkubu High School for the past seven years. In one incident during the final exams at Nkubu, Mr. Nyagah …

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