Author: Irene Githinji

Covid learning losses cost learners’ a fortune

Reading Time: 2 minutes Learning losses from the Covid-19 pandemic could cost this generation of students $17 trillion (Sh1.916 quadrillion) in lifetime earnings or […]

State releases rules on learner capitation grants, school funds

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Ministry of Education has released a framework for utilising learner capitation grants and other school funds. The policy guidelines, […]

KU students win All Africa Competition on international humanitarian law

Reading Time: 2 minutes Kenyatta University (KU) students are the winners of All Africa Competition on International Humanitarian Law (IHL). The students beat six […]

TSC bans manual leave applications

Reading Time: < 1 minute “All teachers, including interns, are advised to henceforth apply for leave using the online platform. The detailed procedure on how […]

Teachers hospital visits not limited, insurer clarifies

Reading Time: 2 minutes There should be no limitation in the number of times a teacher accesses medical care in approved medical facilities, insurance […]

MoE directs public secondary schools to take in junior wing

Reading Time: 2 minutes All secondary schools registered by the Ministry of Education must host Junior Secondary Schools (JSS), the government directed yesterday.Implementation of […]

Good news to students eyeing university slots

Reading Time: 3 minutes Thousands of students seeking to join universities next year got a reprieve, after the government lowered the minimum qualifications for […]

Under 18 university students not legible for HELB funding, says Magoha

Reading Time: 2 minutes The government has ruled out issuance of Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) funds   to students who join university while […]