[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations results could be released on Monday.
[SNA] Nyala -Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Planning , Mutaz Musa arrived on Sunday in Nyala capital of South Darfur State, to launch the 28th National School Tournament which will be held under the theme” All of Its parts are Our Homeland”.
Education Authority figures show that 446 schools are projected to be in debt by the end of this year.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The World Bank’s (WB) vice president for Africa, Dr Hafez Ghanem, held talks with President John Magufuli on Friday following a disputed $300 million (about Sh700 billion) loan to support education in Tanzania.
[Monitor] Rakai -Education authorities in Rakai District have broken the silence on why they did not exercise their mandate to prevent an inferno at St Bernard’s Secondary School, Mannya, which left 11 students dead on November 12.
[Nation] Kisumu -The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education tests are coming to an end. Our universities will admit about 70,000 of these students.
[Daily News] THE University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) plans to extend the provision of higher education to upcountry, in order to enable each and every Tanzanian in need of education to get it.
Shine your inner light bulb on these geometrical gems
Today’s puzzles are about the shade, by which I mean the shaded areas in the geometrical diagrams below. The images are to be studied and contemplated, until the pleasurable moment of insight arrives…
[Nation] Candidates who sat this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination are likely to get their results this week, it has emerged.
[Monitor] Mbarara Archbishop Paul Kamuza Bakyenga has asked the Ministry of Education to revise the new sex education guidelines issued to schools because they are not in line with the demands of the church guidelines about the subject to its congregations.
[Guardian] Ibadan -President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, said Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) was right in its demands for better funding for education, because the sector is underfunded.
[Capital FM] Juja -President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that the marking of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams has been completed and the results are ready for release.
A population boom and spending squeeze has changed the way we spend money on schools.
Let’s eliminate money problems from the admissions equation for qualified students.
Students are promised the option of an accelerated degree course to save a year of tuition fees.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The World Bank said yesterday that it had agreed with the government on a new framework that would see girls who become pregnant while in school continue with their education.
[Guardian] The Federal Government has begun moves to change the curriculum such that pre-primary school pupils will be taught software development and coding.
Ex-pupils of the London school the former first lady visited nine years ago are still inspired by her – and the love was mutual
Michelle Obama wasn’t expecting the overwhelming emotion she felt when she visited Elizabeth Garrett Anderson school in 2009. “I wasn’t fully prepared to feel what I did,” she writes in her memoir Becoming. “The building itself was nothing special – a boxy brick...
Thousands of children are dropping out of education after being ‘off-rolled’, unions and teachers say.
When children’s lunch is reduced to cold food and biscuits, something is seriously awry
The UN poverty envoy has just been in Britain on a fact-finding mission, and reported on “mean-spirited and often callous” austerity policies, noting how levels of child poverty are “not just a disgrace, but a social calamity and an economic disaster”. It’s no real surprise then to find schools on...
Controversial ideas are fine, but don’t do it anonymously
Do academics need a journal that allows them to publish papers anonymously? The proposed Journal of Controversial Ideas “would enable people whose ideas might get them in trouble either with the left or with the right or with their own university administration, to publish under a pseudonym,” suggested Jeff McMahan, professor of moral...