It has been a day like no other for teaching fraternity in Nakuru, particularly the princess Heads Association after a Renown principal past on. The late Mr Paul Warutumo is a well known principal who has been working in various performing schools in Nakuru. He started off at Bavuni Secondary School where him together with other like minded teachers were able to work and very many students went to university.
ByThe police in Kirinyaga county have been given 24 hours to establish the cause of the death of Chania high school Principal Mr.Allan Macharia who died today. The senioyr principal collapsed and died at his scholl during the supervision of a construction in the school. In a statement released by the office of the government spokesman Silas Oguna,the police have been given an altimatum to produce a comprehensive report on the sudden death or go in for a rude shock. "As the custodians of security ,you
Education Cabinet secretary Prof George Magoha yesterday announced that secondary schools will receive ksh15 billion funding in the coming week to ease crisis as the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams commences from March 22nd.
The 2020 KCPE Candidates Selection Many Parents and Hundreds of the 2020 Kenya candidates have abandon their quest to place and join public secondary schools after they were placed in secondary schools they did not select. Most parents have complained that their children were placed in day secondary schools which are outside their counties and far from their premises or homes which in this case goes against the government directive on placing learners in day schools within a commuting distance.
Teachers' unions KNUT and KUPPET in conjunction with other education stake holders have aired their views on how to save the academic calendar in Kenya and ensure KCPE and KCSE Exams remain on course. The views are based on hypothetical time of the end of June as the last possible deadline of saving the current academic calendar in Kenya and ensuring the 2020 candidates sit for their national Exams. In separate interviews, the various stake holders remain optimistic that should it be possible to reopen scho
Yesterday's standard newspaper headline on teachers pay sparked alot of social media uproar with most Kenyan teachers Castigating the media house. The headline refered to teachers as being idle during this pandemic yet they will continue drawing salaries for next six months until schools re-open in January 2021. However, the school heads and Kenya national union of teachers have come out to explain why the teachers deserve to be paid despite closure of schools. Speaking to Standard, Kenya secondary Heads Association
Education Cs George Magoha on Monday instructed all the headtechers in Secondary schools to use all the necessary means to ensure school fees is paid including sending childrens with fees balances home. Speaking at Jomo Kenyatta university of Agriculture and technology(JKUAT) the Cs acknowledged that some parents were taking the advantage of an earlier directive where he had asked headteachers to be more linient in terms of school payment .