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Education systems can kill creativity


When I was growing, I had a classmate who had an incredible sense of rhythm. He would use his hands, pencils, sticks to drum out the most amazing beats.

Education systems can kill creativity

By James Gitau | 5 years ago

Use education to promote creativity

Use education to promote creativity

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Lucas Wafula | 6 years ago

He earns Sh40,000 a week from art, cakes and music

Just call Edwin Masongo an artist extraordinaire. But in the typical Kenyan street definition, he is the perfect example of a ‘hustler’.

Moses Michira | 6 years ago

My son is much more creative than I was at his age

Since my four-year old son has become a story teller, I have had to compare the way he sees things with how I did decades ago when I was around his age.

Kwamboka Oyaro | 6 years ago