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Government Confirms 2000 School Closures Due to Flooding

Deputy Government Spokesperson Mwanaisha Chidzuga addressed the nation on Monday 13th May 2024,  revealing that over 2000 schools will remain closed due to flooding caused by heavy rains. While some schools have reopened for Term Two, a significant portion remains inaccessible, posing a challenge to students’ education. Chidzuga assured that the government is taking proactive […]

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President Ruto Announces School Reopening on Monday, May 13, 2024

President William Ruto has ordered the reopening of all schools on Monday, May 13, 2024. This decision comes as weather forecasts show an improvement, indicating a decrease in heavy rains that had previously caused the postponement of school reopening. Simultaneously, President Ruto has mandated that funds for the reconstruction of school infrastructure damaged by heavy […]

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The Ministry of Education’s Delayed Communication has Left Students Stranded.

The Ministry of Education’s recent decision to postpone the reopening of schools in Kenya due to heavy rains has raised concern among parents, teachers, and policymakers alike. The abrupt announcement, delivered on the day students were scheduled to return to classrooms, has brought questions regarding the competence and foresight of the ministry. Many netizens, myself […]

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 Balancing Children’s potential Inside and Outside the Classroom

In today’s education system, there’s a big debate about whether we’re giving kids the right balance between learning in class and learning from real-life experiences. Traditionally, schools have focused a lot on tests and grades, often leaving out important skills like problem-solving, teamwork, and practical know-how. Some people say we need to shake things up […]

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The History of Education

Have you ever wondered how education has changed over time? Well, let’s take a journey through history to see how parenting in education has grown. Long long ago ,children did not go to school, instead they learned from their parents and elders. They were taught important skills like hunting, farming, and storytelling.  As time went […]

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Samburu: Cutting Off Cultural Customs and Gender Inequalities to Promote Inclusive Education

World Vision Kenya, in partnership with the Ministries of Interior and Education, has set out on a revolutionary mission to address the cultural and regional barriers that hinders education in Samburu County, Kenya. The initiative seeks to safeguard children from harmful cultural practices and make sure that all children of school age have access to […]

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Shattered Dreams of Children Living in War Zones

Children living in war zones are deprived of the opportunity to pursue a normal curriculum, shattering their dreams of becoming architects, engineers, doctors, journalists and more. Instead, they are forced to focus on survival skills amid the harsh realities of hunger and the constant threat of bombings. As the world is celebrating the international day […]

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Ufadhili wa masomo na KCB

Shughuli ya kutoa ufadhili wa masomo kwa wanafunzi waliofanya mtihani wa KCPE mwaka wa 2023 na wasiojiweza imeng’oa nanga leo hii kupitia shirika la KCB jijiini Nairobi. Wanafunzi zaidi ya elfu kumi na wawiili walituma maombi yao, idadi ambayo ni  kubwa zaidi kushuhudiwa na KCB huku wanafunzi takribani elfu moja tu wakitarajiwa kunufaika. Ufadhili huo […]

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14 year old boy from a poor family in Kiambu County pleads for financial aid in form 1 admission at Chania Boys High School

A family in Juja, Kiambu county is calling on well-wishers to support their kin, Francis Macharia who is yet to join form one after scoring 373 marks despite his background. 14 year old Macharia expressed distress seeing his former classmates and friends having gone through admission in various schools countrywide even as he looks forward […]

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Concerns Rise as Nearly Every Student at Oruba Boys Records a Mean Grade of D

Students from Migori County’s Oruba Boys High School contest the validity of the 2023 KCSE results, nearly all of which had a mean grade of D. The majority of students reportedly received Ds and Es, with only two receiving a C-. The students claim that the results are shocking because they have never received such […]