By Olivia Odhiambo | 11 months ago
University asked to provide a proper breakdown of how they arrived at the figure.
By Julius Chepkwony | 1 year ago
Magoha directs Education officials to immediately rein in on teenage pregnancies, child labour and disco matangas
By Augustine Oduor | 2 years ago
DP William Ruto and Kipchumba Murkomen were at Sambirir Girls in Marakwet to launch the schools ICT and Resource Centre with outdated computers.
By Diana Anyango | 2 years ago
"We think some officials are now using this thing to enrich themselves"
By The Grapevine
Getting a first class is not as hard as people think! It actually depends on you as a person
By Ted Malanda
The students struggle to balance on the stone seats to avoid stepping and falling in the water as the class goes on
By Derrick Oluoch
More disturbing is the fact that these children come from poor families, who cannot afford to take their children to private schools which are known to hire tutors to drill them to pass exams.
By Evelyn Jepkemei
Consequently, types of punishments are as varied as the number of teachers. Vasco Da Gama argues that today’s students are delicate and must be handled with utmost care.
By Mwalimu Socrates
I thought that if I threw myself from the 13th floor, I might trigger something like that in Kenya. Luckily, I know Kenyans. Hundreds have been murdered by terrorists and bandits, no one gives a damn.
By Silas Nyanchwani
Henry Orina, 35, has reportedly been going around schools pretending to be a senior officer from the Ministry of Education and demanding to inspect the institutions
By Pkemoi Ng'enoh
As I sat at home late last year, entertaining myself by watching TV, I discovered the Ministry of Education had decided it was not going to rank schools in national examinations.
By Ferdinand Mwongela
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