Education can be defined as the process of acquisition of knowledge, skills, morals as well as a facilitation of learning. Education can either be formal or informal with it being arguably the best investment a parent or guardian or even a nation can offer to its public.
A section of parents are now laying a blame on teachers and school principals stating that their children spend more time in school than at home. Photo: Courtesy The parents say that teachers have the responsibility of nurturing their children at school in order to transform their behaviour forms and make them more responsible.
Education is the best investment a guardian or a parent can make in his or her children for the betterment of their future. The current education system in Kenya has impacted knowledge as well as skills which has seen the literacy level among its members of the public increase compared to early years.
The ministry of training is in the method of imposing the new device of education. For pretty some years, the authorities has been running in a training gadget the place novices learn about for eight years before settling in the KCPE and 4 years in secondary schools, also 4 in universities.Parents have constantly raised complaints about the new schooling gadget, the place they say it is expensive.
Speculations have been there of when the university placement results will be out. Many expected it to be out on 26 of July which did not happen. KUCCPS later calmed their nerves by announcing that the results would be out in mid August 2021. Sources familiar to the operations at the placement body has leaked out information pointing to 12th August as the official release date.
The ministry of education is running it's set objectives well. Teaching and learning is likely to take two weeks from now to settle first term on 01/10/2021. On the other hand, the government has laid back foundation on the new education system which is now in the fifth year.
There have been very many school fires in the country post-covid period. Most of the fires have occurred during the first term and the second term of this academic year. This is despite several warnings from the government to the students who perpetrate these heinous acts on the school property.
The Ministry of Education has been on the spotlight from parents on the way some top officials are handling the sensitive document. It has also been accused for trying to bring new changes in academic calendar to cater for the looming double intake. Such changes have been of diverse effects to parents who have been suffering since the corona virus pandemic.
The mother of a student whose school expenses were covered by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has appealed to well-wishers for assistance. Despite the Education CS reducing the burden of paying school tuition for her daughter, Virginia Nduko, a resident of Mukuru Kwa Njenga informal settlements, said she was struggling financially.
The ministry of education is in the process of implementing the new system of education. For quite some years, the government has been operating in an education system where learners study for eight years before settling in the KCPE and four years in secondary schools,also four in universities.
The Ministry of Education is currently overburdened following the burning of school dormitories by students due to some of the unexplainable reasons. It is true that property of unknown value have been razed down by students at various schools across the country as parents are expected to pay for the same.
Just days after the unfortunate incident at Buru buru girls high school,where there was a fire incident in the dormitory that led to almost 80girls who were rushed to hospital due to smoke inhalation therefore the school closings for a period of time. Chavakali high school students decided to have a feast by butchering two bulls and drinking the neighbors milk from the cows just before threatening to burn the school bus,this happening just days after the Education Cabinet secretary Magoha and the government announced a five day mid-term break for secondary schools.
George Magoha, the secretary of the Education Cabinet, ordered the principal to end all school activities immediately within two weeks due to growing anxiety among the students. The Ministry of Education recently made this decision after several cases of student confusion were reported. In his statement, Secretary of Education George Magohha ordered all principals to close their semi-annual schools on Friday, November 19.
This week marks the second week of the second term for the 2021 academic year. Teaching and learning is progressing on well despite the shortcomings in the ministry of education. The Second term this time is very short unlike the previous terms. Teachers have a great task to ensure that they have completed the second term in thirty weeks.
Ministry of education cabinet secretary Professor George Magoha is still a troubled man given the high number of potential form one students who are yet to be traced and admitted to their respective schools. According to records held in the education ministry, more than 26,000 are no where to be seen after almost one month since the form one admissions were commissioned.
The ministry of education is undergoing numerous changes currently. For instance, it has brought a new education system whose gain is based on learners. The new system requires more of learners attention than Teachers. The 2020 KCSE candidates reported this term to various secondary schools. During form ones admissions, parents experienced a big challenge of purchasing school uniforms for their students.
The Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta has today sent a message of condolence to the family of the education cabinet Secretary professor George Magoha for the demise that has surrounded them. According to the report from the Education Cabinet Secretary professor George Magoha lost his brother by the name Charles Agunga Magoha yesterday.
It's Good news for primary schools with improved infrastructures. This is according to reports from the Ministry of Education. It clear that all the public schools with improved infrastructure will now be prioritized to host Junior Secondary schools under the new Competency-Based Curriculum. From the Ministry of Education, such schools will be upgraded to enable the hosting of the new curriculum Junior Secondary School Education.
All primary and secondary learning institutions have already started resuming their learning after breaking for a period of two weeks. However, despite reopening of schools taking place this week, some parents are raising their concern to the Education Cabinet Secretary professor George Magoha to rescue them over fees issues.
All changes introduced by the University of Nairobi risk reversal after Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha put a halt to all restructuring in public universities.Education CS explained that the ministry had not been consulted and no gazettement had been done. In a letter dated June 14, Prof Magoha told vice-chancellors, principals of constituent colleges, chairpersons of institutions, and councils of constituent colleges, that the proposed reviews need university charters to either be amended or done through legal notice.