Education official terms as sabotage commission’s decision to transfer teachers mid-yearRead More »
The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) has petitioned the Government to increase funding to the sector.Read More »
Thousands of students miss university admission every year even after scoring the minimum entry grade of C+, but what pains more is the sight of hundreds more who fail to secure chance to pursue their dream career though with the right qualifications.Read More »
The Joint Admissions Board no longer has the mandate to decide which students can be accommodated to study at Kenyan universities.Read More »
Lecturers have come out fighting and warned the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) against taking away any penny from their salaries.Read More »
- UoN to construct Sh2.3 billion tower
- Kenya Airways Pride Centre granted Certification
- JAB lowers cut off mark for campus entry
- Teachers in fresh push for unpaid allowances
- Primary school teachers trained on use of laptops
- Knut differs with Kuppet
- Tale of a certificate, two teachers and TSC
- State pledges aid for schools hit by floods
- Knut refuses to relent on fight for pay hike
- Exam body asked to recall circular
- Teachers get back hardship allowances
- Where free education has found true meaning
- Where not only education, but also teaching, is free
- Will new universities suffer reputation crisis?
- New strike threat as schools reopen
Public schools reopen Monday under the threat of a strike by teachers after secret talks between their union and employer on a pay rise collapsed.
A 29-year-old Bulawayo woman from Matshobana suburb got the shock of her life when she woke up in the morning and realised her private parts were missing, it is alleged.