Education

Prof Kibwage picked as Egerton University Acting VC

Prof Isaac Kibwage, formerly the deputy vice-chancellor in charge of Administration, Planning and Development at Egerton University is now the Acting Vice-Chancellor at the university. Prof Kibwage takes over the helm of Egerton University after his appointment was pronounced in a memo by the Registrar Thomas Serrem on Friday. “This is to bring to your …

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Cash-starved Knut heads to elections despite challenges

Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) will conduct its branch elections beginning January 4, 2020, despite the growing financial challenge rocking the union. The union’s Secretary-General Wilson Sossion revealed to the press that Knut was unbowed by the financial crises and would go against all odds to ensure the elections are conducted. Sossion, who was …

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MPs raise alarm over ‘sex for grades and missing mark’ culture in varsities

Members of Parliament have called out the education stakeholders for failing to deal with the sexual favours that are rampant in the universities as some lecturers make demands to give grades. In their two-day consultative meeting with Ministry of Education and Teachers Service Commission, the legislators, serving in the National Assembly Committee of Education, called …

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January it is: President Uhuru announces resumption of basic learning

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday announced that all the remaining basic learning classes will reopen in January 2021 as part of full resumption of education activities. While addressing the nation from State House in Nairobi, after chairing a Covid-19 summit, Uhuru revised various health protocols to contain the virus infection surge that has entered second …

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Prof Magoha rules out closure of schools as fears mount over learners unmasking

Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha on Monday ruled out any possibility of rescinding the decision to reopen schools for the Grade 4, Class 8 and Form Four learners. Addressing the press at Mukuuru Primary in Nairobi County, Prof Magoha said the learners will continue with the studies as was scheduled. The candidates are preparing …

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Learners safer in school than at home, no turning back- PS Kipsang

Education Principal Secretary Dr Belio Kipsang has ruled out the possibility of closing schools again after the Covid-19 cases short up in what has been described as the second wave in the country. Despite noting the coronavirus cases in 35 schools, where 17 students, 32 teachers and four non teaching staff have been infected; the …

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Tononoka Secondary School Principal succumbs to Covid-19

Mohammed Khamis, Tononoka Secondary School Principal who was part of the group of 15 teachers who contracted Covid-19 last week has succumbed to the virus. Mr Khamis deputy Benjamin Nzaro confirmed the saddening news to the media on Monday after his boss had succumbed to the disease at the Coast General Hospital.  The principal was …

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