Outstanding Public Officers, institution feted at the 4th Huduma Ombudsman Award Ceremony
Outstanding public officers and institutions feted during the 4th edition of the Huduma Ombudsman Award ceremony at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
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Outstanding Public Officers, institution feted at the 4th Huduma Ombudsman Award Ceremony
Best public officers, institutions honoured at Ombudsman Award
County Commissioner from Kilifi was awarded for ensuring marginalised groups access to vital government services.  Huduma Ombudsman Award is in its fourth year.
By 7 months ago
Best public officers, institutions honoured at Ombudsman Award
Best public officers, institutions honoured at Ombudsman Award
County Commissioner from Kilifi was awarded for ensuring marginalised groups access to vital government services.  Huduma Ombudsman Award is in its fourth year.
By 7 months ago
Best public officers, institutions honoured at Ombudsman Award
Outstanding Public Officers, institution feted at the 4th Huduma Ombudsman Award Ceremony
Outstanding public officers and institutions feted during the 4th edition of the Huduma Ombudsman Award ceremony at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
By 7 months ago
Outstanding Public Officers, institution feted at the 4th Huduma Ombudsman Award Ceremony
Best public officers, institutions honoured at Ombudsman Award
County Commissioner from Kilifi was awarded for ensuring marginalised groups access to vital government services.  Huduma Ombudsman Award is in its fourth year.
By 7 months ago
Best public officers, institutions honoured at Ombudsman Award
Outstanding Public Officers, institution feted at the 4th Huduma Ombudsman Award Ceremony
Outstanding public officers and institutions feted during the 4th edition of the Huduma Ombudsman Award ceremony at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
By 7 months ago
Outstanding Public Officers, institution feted at the 4th Huduma Ombudsman Award Ceremony
Outstanding Public Officers, institution feted at the 4th Huduma Ombudsman Award Ceremony
Outstanding public officers and institutions feted during the 4th edition of the Huduma Ombudsman Award ceremony at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
By Augustine Oduor 7 months ago
Outstanding Public Officers, institution feted at the 4th Huduma Ombudsman Award Ceremony
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All parents to pay university fees as changes made to funding formula
In the reviewed formula, all students listed in the five bands will get a boom of between Sh40,000 to Sh60,000, graduated based on households' financial strength.
By Augustine Oduor 8 months ago
All parents to pay university fees as changes made to funding formula
CUE: Sack tutors teaching rejected courses
18 degree courses attracted only one student each. Another 104 academic programmes attracted a maximum of 10 students each.
By Augustine Oduor 11 months ago
CUE: Sack tutors teaching rejected courses
CS Nakhumicha replaces KMTC board as students placement row rages
"After higher powers make certain strategic decisions for the betterment of Kenyans and someone is seen to pull in different direction it can be unfortunate," said an insider.
By Augustine Oduor 11 months ago
CS Nakhumicha replaces KMTC board as students placement row rages
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Why Prof Kiama may not return to the University of Nairobi
Prof Kiama noted that he shall not seek a second term upon the expiry of his term.
By Augustine Oduor 11 months ago
Why Prof Kiama may not return to the University of Nairobi
CBC subjects to be merged in new plan
According to the KICD curriculum design, the learners take 45 lessons a week with each lesson covering 40 minutes.
By Augustine Oduor 11 months ago
CBC subjects to be merged in new plan
Unesco lauds Kenya for leading continent in coding education
The UN has recognised Kenya as the first country in Africa to approve content for teaching computer programming lessons in primary and secondary schools.
By Augustine Oduor 11 months ago
Unesco lauds Kenya for leading continent in coding education
National placement agency takes over KMTC student admission after nine-year battle
The application targets individuals who completed KCSE examination from 2013 to 2022. The two government agencies wrestled through their lawyers just to secure the mandate.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
National placement agency takes over KMTC student admission after nine-year battle
Humble pie as KUCCPS takes over KMTC admissions
After nearly 10 years of turf wars and sibling rivalry between two government ministries, the placement row of medical students to certificate and diploma colleges has been resolved.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Humble pie as KUCCPS takes over KMTC admissions
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How universities have fought to keep offering diplomas and certificates
The first attempt in 2015 by Kenya National Association of Private Colleges to challenge amendment failed at the High Court, thereby clearing the way for universities to offer these courses.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
How universities have fought to keep offering diplomas and certificates
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Revealed: Cost of implementing CBC and funding plan for schools
It is now emerging that this financial year alone, the government will require some Sh676 billion to effectively roll out the new education curriculum.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Revealed: Cost of implementing CBC and funding plan for schools
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National schools to be scrapped in new reforms in education sector
The presidential working party wants a new criterion focusing on pathways adopted. It also proposes establishment of low-cost boarding primary schools in marginalised areas.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
National schools to be scrapped in new reforms in education sector
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Experts now want varsities to drop certificate, diploma courses
If passed by Parliament and assented to by the president, diplomas will only be taught and awarded in middle level colleges. The issue has split education task force.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Experts now want varsities to drop certificate, diploma courses
Why varsities may stop teaching diploma, certificate courses
The proposal now renews the debate on whether universities should be allowed to teach certificates and diploma courses, a matter that was adjudicated twice in court in 2015 and 2021.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Why varsities may stop teaching diploma, certificate courses
Shock as universities barred from increasing fees, cost of courses in new funding regime
And any increase in tuition fees will be on advice of Kenya National Bureau of Statistics to the government, based on inflation rates, among other factors.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Shock as universities barred from increasing fees, cost of courses in new funding regime
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William Ruto's university funding shocker
Students from very poor backgrounds will have fees paid by government. In selecting courses learners will now have to consider affordability not just grades
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
William Ruto's university funding shocker
Inside Kenya's plan to spur manufacturing
Dr Mukhwana said that the government is also working on attracting Foreign Investors to invest in the manufacturing sector in Kenya.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Inside Kenya's plan to spur manufacturing
Ruto launches Sh10.7bn roads in Rift, Western
The multi-billion shilling projects cover Kajiado, Bomet, Kakamega, Nandi and Uasin Gishu counties and will cumulatively cost more than Sh10.7 billion to complete.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Ruto launches Sh10.7bn roads in Rift, Western
Ruto launches Sh6.7 billion stalled roads in Bomet, Kajiado
The multi-billion road projects in Kajiado and Bomet Counties will cumulatively require Sh6.7 billion to complete.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Ruto launches Sh6.7 billion stalled roads in Bomet, Kajiado
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New rules for school uniforms
Proposals include having the same colour, style and material of uniforms in public schools. Legislators say if adopted, the motion will save parents from cartels dominating the sector.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
New rules for school uniforms
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The hot mess that is Junior Secondary
In some schools, parents have been asked to buy desks, pay registration fees, and buy books and meals. Ministry of Education has delayed releasing the approved list of JSS books to publishers.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
The hot mess that is Junior Secondary
Debts and JSS 'nightmare' delay distribution of books
Some publishers say failure by the government to pay Sh3 billion debt has delayed the process. Others blame the late release of CBC report and the large number of junior secondary schools.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Debts and JSS 'nightmare' delay distribution of books
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New varsity admissions plan seeks to limit State funding for students
The government will consider merit, level of need, national priorities and affirmative action for students to qualify as Ruto castigates those seeking government financing yet they can afford it.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
New varsity admissions plan seeks to limit State funding for students
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Parents shock as varsities plan to hike fees
The meeting brought together all Vice-chancellors of public and private universities and principals of constituent colleges. Universities are now sinking under Sh56 billion in debt in staff pensions.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Parents shock as varsities plan to hike fees
Delayed colleges and universities intake worries parents, officials
Government torn between raising cut-off points to reduce numbers and increasing fees. Institutions worry delay will interrupt learning timetables, as top-level conference starts.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Delayed colleges and universities intake worries parents, officials
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Inside education review team's proposals quietly handed to State House
Working Group's first progress report was presented on December 1 last year. The team has up to end of March this year to submit its final report on findings
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Inside education review team's proposals quietly handed to State House
University bosses to meet over funding crisis that's put them in Sh56bn debt
The funding crisis in universities that has pushed them into a Sh56 billion debt hole is the subject of a high-level conference to be held in Mombasa on Thursday next week
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
University bosses to meet over funding crisis that's put them in Sh56bn debt
Parents collude with teachers to register Grade 7 pupils for KCPE
It has emerged that some heads are falsifying school records to enable them transfer learners from the new 2-6-6-3 education system to 8-4-4.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Parents collude with teachers to register Grade 7 pupils for KCPE
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Trimming TSCs powers among tough education sector proposals
Insiders said that long discussions went into how to check the powers of TSC to ensure its command is limited to only recruiting and promoting teachers.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Trimming TSCs powers among tough education sector proposals
Revealed: Counties with highest number of grade A's in KCSE exam
The Senate Education is planning an inquiry into whether some schools had an unfair advantage in the exam. Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has maintained that no test papers were leaked.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Revealed: Counties with highest number of grade A's in KCSE exam
In his own words, when Prof Magoha told parliament who he was
When a straight-shooting George Magoha told parliament he was a top-grade professor
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
In his own words, when Prof Magoha told parliament who he was
Agency rolls out plan to secure academic papers
KNQA acting-Director General Alice Kande said the authority will push for the implementation of plans that had stalled.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Agency rolls out plan to secure academic papers
Protect credibility of academic papers, orders CS
Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has asked a State agency to ensure the credibility of Kenya's academic qualifications is protected at all times.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
Protect credibility of academic papers, orders CS
CS Machogu directs qualifications authority to protect credibility of academic papers
Machogu directed the Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA) to ensure that the National Qualifications Framework is fully implemented.
By Augustine Oduor 1 year ago
CS Machogu directs qualifications authority to protect credibility of academic papers
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