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Millions of books in Kenya gather dust as supply beats demand

EDUCATION

Corruption has been cited as a factor that has led to the disparity in the supply of school materials.

Millions of books in Kenya gather dust as supply beats demand

By Standard Team | 13 hours ago

Arrest people behind theft of free primary education funds

Arrest people behind theft of free primary education funds

While the actual number of learners in primary schools is 8.47 million, last year the figure had been inflated to nine million.

Editorial | 4 days ago

Promote the rights of disabled

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that people with disabilities make up 10 per cent of the total population in Kenya, translating to approximately 3.5 million people.

Moses Mwaniki | 4 years ago

Increased funding for education a plus for Jubilee

The Jubilee administration cites increased funding for education and the scrapping of examination fees as its improvement of the sector.

Job Weru and Rawlings Otieno | 5 years ago

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