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KCPE candidates join Form One today amid mass failures

EDUCATION

More than 780,000 pupils who sat the 2016 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams begin joining Form One today even while questions abound over their performance in the national tests.

Atwoli seeks UN help over Kenya teachers’ pay dispute

Atwoli seeks UN help over Kenya teachers’ pay dispute

The protracted 50-60 percent pay dispute between the government and teachers is now before a United Nations agency.

Daniel Psirmoi | 5 years ago

Hurdles in raising cash for teachers’ pay hike

Kenyans are dismayed at the protracted standoff between the Government and the teachers’ unions over the 50-60 per cent pay dispute.

Lancy Dalton El-carbrito | 5 years ago

Mudavadi: Jubilee’s ‘Can’t pay, won’t pay’ policy promoting impunity

Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has accused the government of acting in a confrontational manner and trampling the rule of law in dealing with demands for higher salaries by teachers and in closure of schools.

Correspondent | 5 years ago

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