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EDUCATION

Restrictions on Subject Choices ruins Students Career Choices - KESSHA says

The subject choices that happens when students are usually in Form 2 (in some schools) have been full of uncertainties that have cost many students when it reaches the golden time for selection of courses. According to exclusive reports, the Career Departments in schools have been helping students in choosing subjects that could not even help them secure the so called marketable courses in colleges, leaving them awkward situations that are usually late to be solved.

  29 days ago ago
Restrictions on Subject Choices ruins Students Career Choices - KESSHA says

EDUCATION

Headteachers' New Proposal That Will Make All Candidates Smile

High school principals now want the schools to close early and the national exams to be postponed for two months to calm down the current unrest in high schools. According to them, the current KCSE candidates may not be ready to sit for the exams and are already feeling the pressure and that's why they are letting out their panic and confusion in arson cases.

  1 month ago ago
Headteachers' New Proposal That Will Make All Candidates Smile

EDUCATION

Magoha In Trouble Over School Unrest As School Heads Accusses Him Of Being Arrogant & Abrasive

The Education cabinet secretay professor George Magoha has found himself in a hot soup following the rising cases of school unrests. The fire outbreak causing damages in schools as a result of students has landed the CS into trouble as now school heads take a swipe at him accusing him of being ignorant.

  2 months ago ago
Magoha In Trouble Over School Unrest As School Heads Accusses Him Of Being Arrogant & Abrasive

EDUCATION

What Ministry of Education Has Been Told to do In Order to Stop Unrest Seen in Most Schools

Due to Covid-19 outbreak last year, the government together with ministry of education banned various sports activities in order to control spread of the virus. Due to this incidence, the school calendar was distracted hence the ministry of education tried to recoup the lost time by removal of sports activities.

  2 months ago ago
What Ministry of Education Has Been Told to do In Order to Stop Unrest Seen in Most Schools

EDUCATION

Sad News To Students As Education Stakeholders Oppose May School Reopening Schedule

Yesterday the president ordered all learning Institutions to reopen for studies.All students across the country felt relieved as some have stayed in schools for long now.This came after the president had ordered closure of such institutions in late March this year.However, the reopening has been hit a blow today.

  8 months ago ago
Sad News To Students As Education Stakeholders Oppose May School Reopening Schedule

EDUCATION

School Headteachers Raise Voice Over School Tuition Money

High schools reopening is nearing and signs of tough times are clearly ahead. The school headteachers have raised alarm over empty accounts in school for tuition needs The school heads noted that their institutions did not have cash as the funds released for free day secondary for the first term did not include per capital for Form Ones, who reported in August.

  3 months ago ago
School Headteachers Raise Voice Over School Tuition Money

EDUCATION

Fate of Unemployed Teachers in Limbo As Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association Make This Move

Teachers service commission proposal to scrap bachelor of education science and Bachelor of Education Arts degree is taking top gear with Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) being the latest education stakeholders to weigh on the matter. Speaking to the Star the association chairperson Kahi Indimuli said they support the proposal by teachers service commission.

  7 months ago ago
Fate of Unemployed Teachers in Limbo As Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association Make This Move

EDUCATION

Headteachers pushing Magoha to postpone KCSE exams

Secondary school heads have proposed new measures to Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha, to avert the rising cases of unrests in the learning institutions. The headteachers are pushing for the postponement of national exams for two months until normalcy is restored in all the institutions. Further, they proposed early closing of schools to contain the cases of indiscipline.

  1 month ago ago
Headteachers pushing Magoha to postpone KCSE exams

ENTERTAINMENT

KTN Poaches Newly Hired KBC Anchors to Replace Ben Kitili

Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) newly hired prime time news anchors Fred Indimuli and Suleiman Yeri have called it quits at the state-owned broadcaster. A source from KBC confirmed on Sunday, September 5, that Indimuli tendered his resignation after bagging a deal at KTN News to replace the departed anchor Ben Kitili.

  4 months ago ago
KTN Poaches Newly Hired KBC Anchors to Replace Ben Kitili

EDUCATION

Revealed Why Ministry Of Education Re-Introduced Halfterm

Ministry of education in Kenya Re-Introduced Halfterm break in a circular they sent yesterday. The circular indicates that the schools will break for halfterm on 19th November to 23rd November 2021. Here are some of the reasons given by the head of principals association for the halfterm break.

  2 months ago ago
Revealed Why Ministry Of Education Re-Introduced Halfterm

EDUCATION

Chavakali Boys On Fire, Students Demonstrating Over Principal

The students of Chavakali boys have been on unrest mode for three days now. They have been demonstrating over aschool principal. They are claiming the delocalized principal can't perform like the other former principal. Indimuli who is now transfered to another school known as Machakos Boys has been serving as a principal for quite some time. He also doubles as the chairman Kessha national branch. This means he is well endowed with avast knowledge in management skills. The students set a form one class into

  1 year ago ago
Chavakali Boys On Fire, Students Demonstrating Over Principal

EDUCATION

Uproar As Parents Want The Gov't To Close Schools For Half-term Break To Ease Unrest In Schools

Following the state of unrest in the schools within the country with the most recent fire incident at Buruburu girls high School, parents all the country now want the government to close schools for half-term break so as to ease the state of unrest. According to the Kenya secondary show chairman, Mr Indimuli, he has said that they wouldn't wish to another school brought down due to fire before they close schools.

  2 months ago ago
Uproar As Parents Want The Gov't To Close Schools For Half-term Break To Ease Unrest In Schools

POLITICS

Kenyans React As Machakos High School Principal Donates Wheelchairs To The Disabled

Machakos high school principal who I also the aspiring Sabatia Constituency MP has today issued automatic wheelchairs to the disabled as a way of celebrating International wheelchair day.This is with a view to aid in easy mobility of the affected persons.

  10 months ago ago
Kenyans React As Machakos High School Principal Donates Wheelchairs To The Disabled

EDUCATION

Education Ministry Releases Ksh9.3 Billion to Avert Crisis

The Education Ministry has released Ksh9.3 billion to fund the free education program - a bid that has averted a crisis after the uproar from school heads over the financial constraints in schools. According to Education CS George Magoha, Ksh2.8 billion will go to primary schools while Ksh6.5 billion will be allocated to secondary schools.

  7 months ago ago
Education Ministry Releases Ksh9.3 Billion to Avert Crisis

EDUCATION

Headteachers Warn Magoha of School Crisis Following Mid-Term Break

On Friday, June 4, Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) Chairman Kahi Indimuli asked Magoha to reconsider his stance, especially as students returned from mid-term break. He warned that schools were facing financial difficulties and that parents should be pushed to settle their debts.

  7 months ago ago
Headteachers Warn Magoha of School Crisis Following Mid-Term Break

EDUCATION

New Twist As School-heads Demands An Explanation on Formula Used To Disburse Ksh 19.5 Billion

The Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KSSHA) chair Mr. Kahi Indimuli has asked the Ministry of Education to be clear on the disbursement formula used to release Ksh19.5 billion to schools as noted by PS Belio Kipsang. Usually, the government uses the 50:30:20 financing model of free education in which 50 percent of the money is sent to schools in term one, 30 percent in term two, and 20 percent in 3rd term. However, as noted by Mr. Kahi Indimuli it's not clear which model has been used this year because

  1 year ago ago
New Twist As School-heads Demands An Explanation on Formula Used To Disburse Ksh 19.5 Billion

EDUCATION

Schools in Dilemma Over Delayed Release of National Examination Funds

With half a month to go, plans for this year's secondary school and primary school final exams are yet to be determined as the State is yet to deliver funds for the same.

  11 months ago ago
Schools in Dilemma Over Delayed Release of National Examination Funds

EDUCATION

List Of Schools That Have Experienced Fire Cases Since August 2021 As Details Emerge

The list of schools that have experienced fire since August 2021 have been confirmed to be thirty one (31) schools. The most recent fire incident which was witnessed at Buruburu girls high School few days ago marked the total to be 31 as per now. The cases later resulted into the ministry being forced to introduce a mid term break of five days as from 19th to 23rd of November.

  2 months ago ago
List Of Schools That Have Experienced Fire Cases Since August 2021 As Details Emerge

EDUCATION

School Reopening Dilemma As These Details Emerge Over Funding.

School are set to reopen next week on Monday for second term after a holiday of ten days. According to reports by daily nation Wednesday, the reopening of the basic institutions of learning is in doubt unless the government releases funds by Friday. Reports from headteachers and principals who spoke to the media showed that Most schools countrywide are running on empty.

  3 months ago ago
School Reopening Dilemma As These Details Emerge Over Funding.

EDUCATION

Looming Crisis In Schools As Teachers Decry Release Of KCPE and KCSE Funds

Schools are currently preparing their candidates for this year Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination that will start in the next four weeks.Teachers are making final touches to ensure their learners are adequately prepared ahead of national exams.

  11 months ago ago
Looming Crisis In Schools As Teachers Decry Release Of KCPE and KCSE Funds