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How dormitories act as forts against harmful practices

EDUCATION

Many girls are waylaid on their way to school and forced to undergo female genital mutilation before being married off

How dormitories act as forts against harmful practices

By Nanjinia Wamuswa | 1 month ago

City school where parents pick day-scholars at 8pm raises eyebrows

City school where parents pick day-scholars at 8pm raises eyebrows

Normally, day scholars report at 6:40am for regular lessons during the day until 4pm. Those in classes 7 and 8 stay behind after 5pm.

Pkemoi Ng’enoh | 2 months ago

Why you can’t gloss over the boarding school issue

Debate to abolish boarding schools is welcome because it allows us to rethink some of our policy and legal frameworks underpinning our education.

Antoney Luvinzu | 2 months ago

How dormitories act as forts against harmful practices

Many girls are waylaid on their way to school and forced to undergo female genital mutilation before being married off

Nanjinia Wamuswa | 1 month ago

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