Universities Close As Teacher’s Strikes Continues On

The teachers' strike continues on, a month after it began. With lecturers seeking the fulfillment of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, students remain untaught and the syllabus remains untouched as we approach the second week of the month.   READ : Matiang’i Expects Weekly Reports From Lectures’ Strike Negotiations   There are several universities that

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Enforced Matiang’i Reforms Affect Students’ Admission To University

Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i shook up the education industry proposing and following through with stringent reforms. Amongst the most controversial moves in his career was the choice to change the 2016 examinations for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary  Education, usually pre-set 2 years in advance. Students in their last

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Matiang’i orders all Universities to capture student biometric data

Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has directed universities and constituent colleges to capture biometric data of all students within the next 120 days. Under the new directive through the Commission of University Education, institutions of higher learning will be required to obtain passport photographs, programmes and the year of study for

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