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Collaborative reforms in education inevitable

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Covid crisis: As a result, at least 17 million learners cannot access lessons

Collaborative reforms in education inevitable

By Peggy Nyahera | 11 months ago

Sossion is averse to educational reforms

Sossion is averse to educational reforms

Kenya’s 11th Parliament ranks high among discredited institutions in the country. From giving clean bills of health to public office holders during vetting, demanding their sacking after a few months’ stay in office citing integrity issues to the ignominious fisticuffs and the mediocrity that the tyranny of numbers in the august House has consigned the country; there is little going for the venerated House.

Alexander Chagema | 4 years ago

New TSC policies will hurt ongoing education reform

I have always been pro–education reforms

Oluoch Ndisio | 4 years ago

Why the Education Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i is ‘killing’ the education system in Kenya

We have witnessed a number of reforms going on in the education system.These reforms have been spearheaded by the Education Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i and other education stakeholders in the country. I know each and everybody has his or her opinion about these reforms.

Paul Barasa | 4 years ago

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