Month: December 2020

Magoha roots for learning under trees to mitigate crisis in public schools

Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has ruled out any possibility of postponing the reopening of schools set for January 4, 2021. With public schools preempting influx of learners from private schools in large numbers, which could make classrooms and other facilities inadequate, the CS urged schools to consider using tree shades as makeshift classrooms …

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Education officers recalled ahead of reopening, administration of KCSE and KCPE

Education Ministry has recalled all its officials on leave urging them to resume duty and prepare for the full reopening of schools set for January 4, 2021. The Education Principal Secretary Dr Belio Kipsang sent a circular to newsrooms instructing the officers to resume duty to ensure smooth reopening of schools. According to the PS, …

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Admission crisis in public schools looms as Magoha steps in

Crisis lingers in the education sector after it emerged that most learners who were registered in private schools may seek chances in the public learning facilities after being priced out due to the economic slump triggered by Covid-19 pandemic. The Standard reported on Monday that most parents are eyeing public schools as their only fall …

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State measures to ensure all learners resume learning in January

The government has crafted measures to ensure that all learners resume schooling by next month, January 4, 2021, as had earlier been scheduled by the Ministry of Education. President Uhuru Kenyatta in his address during the 57th Jamhuri Day celebrations directed chiefs and their assistants to ensure that all learners are back in class come …

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Has Kenya put enough efforts to eradicate FGM?

Kenya has made strides in the fight against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) after being named among the most vigorous countries in eradicating the practice. The milestone comes after the country passed f a law that prohibits the practice in 2011 according to the study on the descriptive statistics from four waves of demographic and health …

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