TSC imposes social media ban as crackdown on cheats intensifies
Teachers have been banned from being members of social media sites which have been flagged for being used to peddle fake examinations materials.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 7 months ago
TSC imposes social media ban as crackdown on cheats intensifies
UoN council says Kiama must go on leave before resuming duties
In a new twist in the leadership of the premier university, the Council has rejected the resumption of duty by Prof Kiama, saying it had not approved his return.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 8 months ago
UoN council says Kiama must go on leave before resuming duties
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How funding formula affected varsity intake
Kenya Association of Private Universities attributes the significant drop in admission numbers to the private institutions to the adoption of a new university funding model.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 9 months ago
How funding formula affected varsity intake
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Alarm as students shun varsity courses considered significant
Bachelor of Education scooped the lion's share in this year's university placement exercise with nearly 30,000 students.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 9 months ago
Alarm as students shun varsity courses considered significant
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Fallout: Intrigues behind power struggles at University of Nairobi
The matter has degenerated into turf fights between the office of the vice chancellor headed by Prof Stephen Gitahi Kiama and the two successive university councils.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 10 months ago
Fallout: Intrigues behind power struggles at University of Nairobi
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Education Reforms: Ruto's task force paves way for radical changes in education sector
The reforms will form the sector's blueprint that will dictate operations and the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC.)
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 10 months ago
Education Reforms: Ruto's task force paves way for radical changes in education sector
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Why students and varsities welcome back bridging courses
Cabinet this week approved introduction and accreditation of bridging courses to enhance access to quality university education.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 10 months ago
Why students and varsities welcome back bridging courses
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Revealed: Why public schools are no longer safe for your children
Violence, drug abuse, teenage pregnancies, and mental health are some of the key reasons your child may not complete basic education with spotlight on the enforcement of children's rights.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 11 months ago
Revealed: Why public schools are no longer safe for your children
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Shock of 3,000 schools without headteachers
Kakamega County has the biggest teacher shortage nationally across its secondary schools. Some primary schools have more head teachers than the number of institutions.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 11 months ago
Shock of 3,000 schools without headteachers
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University reforms loom: Potential job cuts, mergers on the horizon
Reform team says including diploma and certificate programmes has led to intense competition. Currently, some disregard the diploma qualification when a student applies to join university.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 11 months ago
University reforms loom: Potential job cuts, mergers on the horizon
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TSC shocker: Inside new proposals to strip power, transfer roles to ministry
Proposals include strengthening of the Directorate of Quality Assurance within TSC. The Directorate will have power to enforce laws, regulations, policies and guidelines.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 11 months ago
TSC shocker: Inside new proposals to strip power, transfer roles to ministry
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President's team leans on reducing subjects, a return to national exams
The draft report says that the progress to junior secondary will be automatic. The changes come in the seventh year of the CBC implementation since it was first adopted.
By Augustine Oduor and Lewis Nyaundi 11 months ago
President's team leans on reducing subjects, a return to national exams
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