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Why it’s easier to get into Oxford, Harvard than top Kenyan schools

OPINION

Some might argue you can’t compare oranges and mangoes. But both in the West and Kenya, students seek a better life through education.

Why it’s easier to get into Oxford, Harvard than top Kenyan schools

By XN Iraki | 2 days ago

Education Ministry must resolve chaotic Form One selection and placement

Education Ministry must resolve chaotic Form One selection and placement

The selection and subsequently placement was chaotic, and children got calling letters from secondary schools they knew not about.

Clay Muganda | 3 days ago

Standard Group, Ashut and Fruity Schools Africa launches fruit tree planting initiative

In the venture, a wide variety of grafted fruit trees planted in 337 primary and secondary schools within Nairobi County.

James Wanzala | 3 days ago

Knec gives new rules for exams as private schools reject move

Kenya Private Schools Association whose members are likely to be most affected by the directive said it had rejected the directive in total.

Boniface Gikandi | 5 days ago

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