The future is for those who will embrace technology, and the education sector needs to embrace this and prepare children for the future of work.
Description: Results for the 2023 KCPE Exam have been released by the Ministry of Education, with 8,525 pupils scoring over 400 marks in the national exam.
The world has shaped into a global village, accelerating the need to prepare students for an interconnected world through collaborative learning.
It is that time of the year for assessing finalists, and KCPE, KCSE and KPSEA candidates may benefit from a tip or two on success.
Kenya has been undertaking education reforms in the last one year, but parliament has put a halt to that to make laws that support the changes.
One of the recommendations by the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms (PWPER) was to change the KCSE grading structure, and it takes effect this year.
The World Bank is playing a central role to improve education outcomes in the developing countries through their education-tailored programs.
The new university funding model has come with a good decision for under-age applicants. The National ID card will not be a requirement for them to apply.
As first year university students gear for admission, the new university funding model is proving to be a pain point.
The Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms has recommended changes in the CBC education system in Kenya to improve educational outcomes.
The CBC curriculum may not fully solve the challenge of disparities in quality of education across social classes as intended, here is why.
The new funding model for universities proposed by the government of President William Ruto may make or break the higher education system.
Universal literacy can only be attained through careful and deliberate steps that include adequate financing in education, but is Kenya meeting the threshold?
Education faced unprecedented challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, but lessons picked from the period are shaping the future of education in Africa and beyond.
CBC is based on seven competencies that a learner must gain by the end of the process. The Kenyan CBC curriculum has seven CBC competencies that herein explained in depth.
Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) in Kenya is having its first JSS class, and the transition from primary school to JSS has faced a myriad of challenges.
CBC in Kenya focuses on developing specific competencies in students, rather than just imparting knowledge.