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For an education system like Kenya’s that hinges almost absolutely on academics and examination results, the aptly named Leap Hubs initiative could be the right approach to change that rather rigid mindset. The initiative, anchored by the Global Peace Foundation (GPF), exposes talented students in secondary schools to entrepreneurship and leadership besides regular academic programmes, thus reducing the current cut-throat race to pass national examinations. According to Kenya Country Executive...
President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that all primary schools in the country will be connected to electricity by 2015.Speaking during the state of the nation address in parliament Thursday, the president said that it was prudent that the country have a well functioning education system from primary level.He also added that in accordance with the Jubilee government's initiative to provide free laptops, there was need to have all schools connected...
Hiccups that came with the first ever on-line registration of national examinations this year aside, the country’s basic Education sector could be headed for a major transformation next year if two upcoming Bills sail through Parliament and are assented to by the President. The Bills come only days before the start of the curriculum review set for May, according to Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) director Lydia Nzomo. According...
Mombasa county government has allocated KES 12O million to the education docket for hiring of nursery school teachers in the 2014/15 financial year.According to the county education executive, Tendai Lewa Mtana, the KES 120 million will be used to hire 88 nursery teachers from all the six constituencies in the county.“One of our projects this year and next year is to hire nursery school teachers,” said Mtana.The county has also...
The Education ministry listed curriculum review, ICT integration, Tivet and university education and its efforts in keeping the girl child in school as some of its key achievements for the last one year. Education PS Dr Bellio Kipsang said the Government has made tremendous efforts in integrating Information and Communication Technology in schools. However, it continues to face challenges in rolling out the Standard One laptop programme. He said ICT...