Kenya's New Education System to 'Equip Pupils With Skills'
Unlike the current system that is heavily focused on examinations, the new one will be competency-based and will give more emphasis on identifying talents and nurturing them.
An invigilator inspects Rabuor Primary School pupils' exam materials ahead of their Science paper during the 2016 KCPE tests (file photo)
Nation, 31 January 2017
Only 19 per cent of pupils in Class Five in the country can spell the word "cough" while only 31 per cent in the same class can spell the word "umbrella", a conference heard… Read more »
Nation, 30 January 2017
Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has said the government has set aside resources to support curriculum review process. Read more »
Capital FM, 30 January 2017
Education stakeholders will Monday meet to decide the fate of the 8-4-4 system during a major conference set to take place at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC). Read more »