Kenya's Cash-Strapped Educational Institutions Speak Out
The Senate Education Committee has heard testimony of the crisis at tertiary institutions where basic salaries for staff and other obligations are not being met, and where some are creating "ghost workers" to obtain more funding from the government.
University graduates (file photo).
Nation, 11 March 2018
The financial crisis facing public institutions of higher learning across the country was on Thursday laid bare by university staff during a meeting with the Senate Education… Read more »
Nation, 8 March 2018
University staff on Thursday told the Senate Education Committee that their employers were creating "ghost workers" in order to get more funding from the government. Read more »
Members of various university staff unions have said they will not return to work until the government agrees to table a counter-offer to their 2017-2021 collective bargaining ... Read more »
In its proposal, the Universities Academic Staff Union wants a graduate assistant to earn a basic salary of between U.S.$1,935 and U.S.$3,026, assistant lecturer to get between ... Read more »