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Study puts Kenya top of global bullying chart

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As Kenya comes to terms with shocking cases of bullying in schools, the Alliance High School incident is not an isolated one. And according to a recent study the vice may not be resolved quickly.

Study puts Kenya top of global bullying chart

By Wachira Kigotho | 4 years ago

Higher education capture by the elite hurting quality of learning and grade

Higher education capture by the elite hurting quality of learning and grade

The government’s own instigated audit on universities has exposed a foul-smelling can of worms that nearly choked Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i.

Wachira Kigotho | 4 years ago

It’s raining graduates, where is the promised flood of jobs?

The perception that university education is a great social and economic equaliser is rapidly turning into a myth in Kenya, as it has failed to provide well-paid jobs to many degree-holders.

Wachira Kigotho | 4 years ago

Is it too early to celebrate key changes in education?

In this regard, Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i and his team are moving fast to discard an education system, where schools could more or less be compared to obsolete and rickety factories, churning out products that are not attractive in the consumer world.

Wachira Kigotho | 4 years ago

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