The Ministry of Education has issued guidelines to be followed by schools to ensure students reach their home safely after the President ordered they be closed. The directive came as a measure to contain the spread of Coronavirus which has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The circular dated 16th March […]
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President Uhuru Kenyatta has directed all education institutions to be closed by 20th March 2020 over coronavirus rising cases in Kenya. Presient Uhuru Kenyatta Summary speech on coronavirus Cases reported as at 15th March 2020: Cases of Coronacirus have now reached 3 in Kenya as a result of contact from the first case. On […]
The first case of Coronaivrus was confirmed in Kenya on Friday 13th March 2020 at Kenyatta Hospital. It was a case of 27 year old lady who traveled from US Ohio, through Chicago, London to Kenya on 5th March 2020. Below are precautionary measures that school should undertake to prevent students from Covid-19 Coronavirus Precautionary […]
Coronavirus: Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha has directed students, teachers, and non-teaching staff to avoid body contacts within the institutions of learning as a coronavirus precautionary measure. The diseases which has now been declared a pandemic by WHO has, as at writing this post not killed any kenyan nor has Kenya recorded any person […]
The debate on whether the Teachers Service Commission’s powers should be reduced has been debated for a while. KNUT thinks its time to reconstitute TSC while KUPPET are not of the same opinion. TSC is mandated by the constitution to register, employ, promote and transfer all licensed teachers under its payroll. TSC is also required […]
Nominated Member of Parliament Gideon Keter has proposed that the interest charged on Higher Education Loans Board (Helb) loans reduced from four percent to two percent. The proposal has however received strong opposition from helb arguing that over 47,000 students will miss the privilege if the proposal is implemented. Currently, HELB loan defaulters are charged […]