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Sh24 billion too little too late for schools, say education officials
According to head teachers, the Sh4 billion released on Thursday is 20 per cent of 2022 capitation for third term, less than what Education CS Machogu promised would be sent to schools.
By 3 months ago
Sh24 billion too little too late for schools, say education officials
Education reforms team holds validation meeting
The education reforms task force in its interim report recommended trimming of powers of the teachers’ employer, harmonising quality assurance and reducing subjects for Junior Secondary learners.
By 3 months ago
Education reforms team holds validation meeting
Shortage of teachers and financial challenges hamper smooth transition to junior secondary
A number of Grade Six students may have chosen to enroll in Class Eight to escape the confusion in JSS, a matter that insiders say may cripple the smooth transition to JSS.
By 5 months ago
Shortage of teachers and financial challenges hamper smooth transition to junior secondary
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Sh24 billion too little too late for schools, say education officials
According to head teachers, the Sh4 billion released on Thursday is 20 per cent of 2022 capitation for third term, less than what Education CS Machogu promised would be sent to schools.
By 3 months ago
Sh24 billion too little too late for schools, say education officials
Education reforms team holds validation meeting
The education reforms task force in its interim report recommended trimming of powers of the teachers’ employer, harmonising quality assurance and reducing subjects for Junior Secondary learners.
By 3 months ago
Education reforms team holds validation meeting
Shortage of teachers and financial challenges hamper smooth transition to junior secondary
A number of Grade Six students may have chosen to enroll in Class Eight to escape the confusion in JSS, a matter that insiders say may cripple the smooth transition to JSS.
By 5 months ago
Shortage of teachers and financial challenges hamper smooth transition to junior secondary
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Sh24 billion too little too late for schools, say education officials
According to head teachers, the Sh4 billion released on Thursday is 20 per cent of 2022 capitation for third term, less than what Education CS Machogu promised would be sent to schools.
By 3 months ago
Sh24 billion too little too late for schools, say education officials
Education reforms team holds validation meeting
The education reforms task force in its interim report recommended trimming of powers of the teachers’ employer, harmonising quality assurance and reducing subjects for Junior Secondary learners.
By 3 months ago
Education reforms team holds validation meeting
Shortage of teachers and financial challenges hamper smooth transition to junior secondary
A number of Grade Six students may have chosen to enroll in Class Eight to escape the confusion in JSS, a matter that insiders say may cripple the smooth transition to JSS.
By 5 months ago
Shortage of teachers and financial challenges hamper smooth transition to junior secondary
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Sh24 billion too little too late for schools, say education officials
According to head teachers, the Sh4 billion released on Thursday is 20 per cent of 2022 capitation for third term, less than what Education CS Machogu promised would be sent to schools.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 3 months ago
Sh24 billion too little too late for schools, say education officials
Education reforms team holds validation meeting
The education reforms task force in its interim report recommended trimming of powers of the teachers' employer, harmonising quality assurance and reducing subjects for Junior Secondary learners.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 3 months ago
Education reforms team holds validation meeting
Shortage of teachers and financial challenges hamper smooth transition to junior secondary
A number of Grade Six students may have chosen to enroll in Class Eight to escape the confusion in JSS, a matter that insiders say may cripple the smooth transition to JSS.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 5 months ago
Shortage of teachers and financial challenges hamper smooth transition to junior secondary
Shock of 5,000 uncollected KCPE, KCSE certificates
Candidates who sat the tests in 2012 have the highest number of uncollected papers with some 602 held by KNEC.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 6 months ago
Shock of 5,000 uncollected KCPE, KCSE certificates
KUPPET wants Junior Secondary disbanded, says it has failed
Kuppet said no learning is taking place in Grade 7 and now urges the education reforms team to consider domiciling the new level of learning in secondary schools.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 6 months ago
KUPPET wants Junior Secondary disbanded, says it has failed
TSC transfers 14,613 teachers two weeks to reopening of schools
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) in a circular dated January 9, to Regional Directors, said the transfers were based on request by the teachers.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 8 months ago
TSC transfers 14,613 teachers two weeks to reopening of schools
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Revealed: Top KCPE, KCSE schools, teachers
Six other teachers were awarded for leading the most improved schools in last year's KCPE.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 11 months ago
Revealed: Top KCPE, KCSE schools, teachers
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New CBC review team draws mixed reactions
The taskforce is to allow another round of public participation on CBC movingly on a raft of issues that need to be ironed out.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
New CBC review team draws mixed reactions
Reforms parents, teachers want implemented to make CBC work
During his inauguration, President William Ruto said he will constitute taskforce in coming weeks. Parents want JSS to be retained in primary schools owing to Grade Seven learners' age.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Reforms parents, teachers want implemented to make CBC work
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No salaries yet for varsity staff as dons call for more funds
University dons urge President-elect William Ruto to urgently address the financial crunch crippling institutions.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
No salaries yet for varsity staff as dons call for more funds
Man files petition challenging Said Chitembwe's suspension
In a suit filed under a certificate of urgency, the petitioner has sued JSC and wants its action against the judge declared null and void.
By Mike Kihaki and Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Man files petition challenging  Said Chitembwe's suspension
Doctors in Kenya’s public hospitals left to carry the ball after abortions
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