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Kenia: Do not use spellcheckers to correct mistakes, pupils told

Kenia / 26 de julio de 2017 / Por: WINNIE ATIENO / Fuente: http://www.nation.co.ke Pupils have been warned against using technological tools to check spellings. The Education ministry said due to advancement in technology, learners had resorted to the use of spellcheckers to autocorrect their mistakes, eroding their mastery of the English language. Education Principal Secretary Belio […]

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Kenia: Lecturers’ strike set to end as Sh5.2m is released

Kenia / 19 de julio de 2017 / Por: KENNEDY KIMANTHI –  FAITH NYAMAI / Fuente: http://www.nation.co.ke Striking university workers are set to resume duty after the Education ministry on Tuesday released the second and final tranche of Sh5.2 billion for their Sh10 billion collective bargaining agreement. The staff have been on a two-week job boycott that paralysed […]

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Kenia: Fred Matiang’i orders officers to inspect schools thrice a week

Kenia / 19 de julio de 2017 / Por: VALENTINE OBARA / Fuente: http://www.nation.co.ke Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has ordered education officers to carry out inspection of schools three times a week. Dr Matiang’i said the strict measure targeting basic education institutions will help the government to assess the quality of teaching and learning and the […]

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Sexuality education for Kenya’s youth: When the evidence is on the wall, but politics gets in the way

Kenya/July 11, 2017/By: Diana Warira* /Source: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke The need to provide sexuality education for Kenya’s youth has been the subject of discussion in Kenya’s development circles for decades. Whether sexuality education has a critical role in improving the sexual and reproductive health outcomes of youth, or not, is no longer the debate. Why? One may […]

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