Two Powerful Cabinet Secretaries That Might Be Retained In Ruto's Government. (Opinion) 1. Fred Matiang'i Fred Okengo Matiang'i is a Kenyan Cabinet Secretary. He is the current Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government in Kenya under Uhuru's governance.
3 Cabinet Secretary That Kenyans Think Should Be Retained In Ruto's Government. 1. Fred Matiang'i Fred Okengo Matiang'i is a current Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government in Kenya. He assumed office on 8 July 2017 in an acting capacity after the sudden Demise of Gen Joseph ole Nkaissery, making him hold two cabinet positions concurrently, that is in the ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government and Education, Science and Technology.
3 Powerful Cabinet Secretaries That Support Azimio That Ruto Should Retain. (Opinion) 1. Fred Matiangi Fred Okengo Matiang'i is a Kenyan Cabinet Secretary. He is the current Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government in Kenya. He assumed office on 8 July 2017 in an acting capacity after the sudden Demise of Gen Joseph ole Nkaissery, making him hold two cabinet positions concurrently, that is in the ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government and Education, Science and Technology.
Image/courtesy. The new Kenyan Competency-based Curriculum (CBC) invented to replace the old 8.4.4 education system has received both praises and criticisms. While some feel the curriculum is the best for modern-day students, others have pointed loopholes in it as they questioned its effectiveness. In a new revelation, one parent identified as Mutai Mtandao has taken to Facebook to share what seems to be a gross error in one of the books reportedly being used in the CBC curriculum.
We going way too far with technology. China is one of the greatest countries in terms of Science and Technology. They are the first country to successfully complete their first test of its nuclear fusion reactor, known as ‘Artificial Sun’. ITER is an international nuclear fusion research and engineering megaproject aimed at replicating the fusion processes of the Sun to create energy on earth.
Calestous Juma was a Kenyan scientist and academic specialising in sustainable development.He was scientist and academic specialising in sustainable development.Juma grew up on the Kenyan shores of Lake Victoria where he obtained early education as one of the pioneer students of the then Port Victoria Secondary School (now John Osogo SS) from 1968-1971.
The Ministry of Education is mandated to coordinate all the support services of Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. Therefore the specific roles include, coordinating and general administration of the state departments and it's various support departments. Coordinate parliamentary business and statutory reports. Also handling complaints and petitions on the Ministry of Education.
The school is busy accepting applications from Monday. Secondary school in Kenya was certainly a busy week. All of them went up and down accepting forms from all over the country. However, especially in daytime schools, there are few stains ahead of admission and the procedure is very slow.
The use of technology in football has really changed alot of things. The introduction of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) raised a lot of questions, but many football lovers have come to accept it's benefits.The much awaited Euro 2020 tournament has finally arrived, as the first game was held in Italy, as the Italian squad battle against Turkey.
The teachers across the country have officially began teaching.This is after the Covid 19 holiday that has lasted for seven months.The grade four, Class Eight and the form four candidates have reported to schools.Unfortunately,some Schools that had been washed away by floods in Baringo and Ahero in Kisumu have found it hard to find places to call schools. The government has always ensured that the teachers get sufficient trainings inorder to equip them with the required skills in class delivery.Many occasions
The government of President Uhuru Kenyatta rolled out Competent Based Curriculum (CBC) that is set to replace 8:4:4 system slowly. As by now, the CBC pioneer class is in Grade four. Contrary to the older curriculum, the new curriculum has eleven subjects instead of five. Under the new curriculum, learners in upper primary takes Mathematics, Science and Technology, Kiswahili, Foreign Languages, ICT, Creative arts and Home Science. Most these subjects were being taught in 8:4:4 system. The four new subjects
Do you love natural scenery viewing and immortalizing your fun moments? Speaking from personal experience, I greatly enjoy the natural outdoors, to a point where I would rather go on a stroll to explore the nearest bush land or nature park than engage in human interaction. I have always had an eye for detail, a gift in art, an appreciation for Science and Technology, and an adventurous spirit.
Teachers Services Commission has officially announced a mass recruitment of tutors to fill positions in teachers training colleges across the country.Following a memo from the commission dated January 6,the commission advertised one hundred and fifty four positions for tutors in teachers training colleges and the center for Mathematics,Science and Technology education in Africa.According to the Teachers Service Commission Memo,one hundred and thirty tutors are targeted for the teachers training colleges while the rest are set to fill positions at the Mathematics,Science and Technology Educations in Africa as national trainers.
All Grade 4 and Grade 8 who reopened last Monday are expected to be assessed as from next Monday according to the reports by the Standard. Reports indicate that the Kenya National Examination Council has released a circular which entails guidelines for teachers that will be assessing the students as from Monday 19, October. This is after all finalists from primary and secondary education side were directed to report back to classes after spending close to seven months away due to the pandemic. The assessment
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology cabinet secretary Professor George Magoha is set to announce the 2021 Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education results.The exams which were done on March are set to be released today on 15 April 2021 barely a month after they were done.It should be remembered that last year exams were postponed due to the interference of the 2020 education calendar by the covid 19 pandemic which saw all the learning institution in the country closed for almost 11 months.
As the Ministry of Education is planning to relocate learners affected by the floods in various parts of the country, some schools are been demolished to pave way for road construction. This transpires when assessment for grade 4 and class 8 learners are to kick-off on 19th October 2020. 1. Grade 4 And Standard 8 Learners To Be Assessed From 19th October 2020 Kenya National Examination Council(KNEC) has planned to have grade 4 and class 8 pupils have their assessment by next week Monday. The assessment is aimed
Dr. Fred Okengo Matiang'i is a Kenyan Cabinet Secretary.He is the current Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Security in Kenya.
The Teachers service commission is an independent commission in ministry of education mandated to look into teachers issues including employment of teachers.
A Moi University student committed suicide yesterday, just as the institutions of learning are set to open in a weeks time. The incident occurred in Narok county. The student was a third year in the Science and Technology faculty in the institution. The mother of the deceased was not around when the incident occurred, she was on duty. The deceased was found hanging on a rope and a packet of rat's poison was also found in the house. They believe that the deceased might have taken the poison before hanging. The
The grade 5 pupils will be back to school next week after three months of holiday. This is the pioneer class that is studying under the Competency-based Curriculum. According to the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development chief executive Charles Ong'ondo said to the Star that preparations have been made to ensure there is a smooth transition.