Cleophas Tirop has been cleared by Parliament to be appointed as TSC Commissioner

Posted on January 10, 2013 by

  Justice has finally been served after parliament cleared the name of Cleophas Tirop who is the Nairobi School Principal and Chairman of Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association KESSHA to be apponted as commissioner to the Teachers Service Commission. Confusion had earlier marred the exercise after Mr. Tirops name was drop from the nominees list [...]

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Math and Science teachers express total support to the new approach of setting KCSE examinations.

Posted on November 14, 2012 by

For long teachers teaching mathematics and science subjects especially chemistry have been up in arms over the total disregard to the students levels when it comes to the setting of KCSE examinations. Every year in majority of schools have experienced total disaster in the performance of the two subjects. National examination analysis show the two [...]

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Heads of Schools left to clean the mess caused by government directives after the teachers strike

Posted on November 5, 2012 by

The teachers strike is now history and a thing of the past. Not to mention that the celebrations that followed the end of the strike turned into sorrow when teachers visited their banks for the October salaries. Most teachers had very high expectations and some had gone ahead to spend what at the end of the day [...]

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Chemistry practical paper posed a huge challenge for school heads, chemistry teachers and students

Posted on November 5, 2012 by

As usual, the KCSE chemistry practical was very challenging of all the practical papers set by KNEC. Most of the examinations done on Friday ended very late amid confusions due to what most stake holders insist may be above the normal O-Level standard. The examination proved to be very costly to schools with heads of [...]

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New term dates leaves the entire education system in total confusion

Posted on September 25, 2012 by

The ministry of education has announced new school dates that have left the entire education confusion that will stretch up to the end of next year. The new dates announced by the minister for education Hon Mutula Kilonzo seems to push all dates forward by three weeks. For the first time in history of Kenyan education schools [...]

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KNUT Secretary General Mr. Okuta Calls off the national strike

Posted on September 24, 2012 by

  Teachers have been directed to resume work on Tuesday after the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) officially called off a three-weeks strike. The directive by KNUT Secretary General David Okuta followed a unanimous resolution of the union’s National Executive Committee to end the industrial action. Teachers signed a deal with government on Sunday which [...]

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