Learners Feted in the Kenya Climate Change Art and Essay Competition
The award ceremony to the first edition of the Kenya Arts and Essay Competition was held at the Kenya Meteorological Department Headquarters in Nairobi on the 11th of October 2018. It comes days after the completion of the judging process to the hundreds of essay, drawings, and painting that had been submitted by most of the primary and secondary schools in Nairobi county on climate change.
It was all pomp and color at the...
Technologies Impact on Education In Kenya
Can you escape the purview of technology when living in the 21st century? Technology has exerted influence in almost every aspect of life today. In this exponentially changing world, the education sector in the country has not been spared in this regard.
In many ways, technology has immensely changed education as we know it. It has profoundly expanded access to education. Flashback to the past, books were rare, and only an elite few had access to...
LAUNCH OF TVET, CBET FRAMEWORK, OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS, AND CBET CURRICULA.
The launch of the TVET Competency Based Education Training (CBET) Policy Framework at the Kenya Technical Trainers College was held on 24th of October at the Kenya Technical Trainers College at Gigiri, in attendance were Principals of Technical Training Institutions, TVET partners, Representatives of National Polytechnics, Government and Ministry of Education officials and Industry Representatives.
RAMIFICATIONS OF HAVING A CRIMINAL RECORD AS A STUDENT.
On 8th July 2018, The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) issued a grim warning to all learners in the country admonishing them against involvement of any form of crime while in school.
In a move to curb the widespread cases of misconduct in learning institutions, the DCI pronounced that it will be keeping crime records of every student found guilty of committing a criminal offense and that will reflect in the...