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This year's KCSE, KCPE candidates to pioneer new indexing system - Matiang'i

posted Aug 22, 2017, 6:37 AM by Gordon Shulefiti

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posted Jul 31, 2017, 9:10 PM by Gordon Shulefiti   [ updated Jul 31, 2017, 9:29 PM ]

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TSC says teachers will get pay rise in July

posted May 14, 2017, 8:25 PM by Gordon Shulefiti

TSC says teachers will get pay rise in July

Teachers’ salary increase will be implemented starting July, their employer has said.

In efforts to address the growing anxiety among the more than 305,000 teachers, TSC said on Sunday the National Treasury had given an assurance that Sh13.8 billion required for the implementation of the first phase of the Collective Bargaining Agreements from July 1 had been set aside.

This means that the salary increase will not be implemented in one phase ...READ MORE

KCSE: Meet girl who became first female to beat boys in school's 30 years of existence

posted Jan 3, 2017, 6:19 AM by Gordon Shulefiti

A 16-year-old girl from Busia broke record after becoming the first female student to beat boys in KCSE- 30 years since the school started.

Faith Nafula Ochakara, 16, from Machakusi village scored A- (75 points) to lead at St Josephs Chakol Secondary School in the recently released KCSE examination results.

Her elder sister, Everlyne Asande emerged third with a B plain.

She had secured a place at...READ FULL ARTICLE

How Nyandarua orphan beat the odds to score A- in KCSE

posted Jan 3, 2017, 6:06 AM by Gordon Shulefiti   [ updated Jan 3, 2017, 6:08 AM ]

He missed school on many occasions to take care of his ailing mother, and eventually dropped out to fend for his five siblings after his stepfather abandoned them.

He was orphaned and the people he depended on — his grandparents and an aunt — also died, leaving him destitute, to fend for himself in the world.

Moses Mungai, 21, celebrates his KCSE results with friends and relatives at Gwa Kung’u, Ndaragwa, on Friday. He scored an A- /COURTESY

Despite all these setbacks Moses Mungai, 21, scored an A- of 79 points in the just-released KCSE exam results. Mungai, from Gwa Kung’u, Ndaragwa, and a former student of Nyandarua High School, Ol Kalou, has become the epitome...READ FULL ARTICLE

Kuppet now demands an audit of the 2016 KCSE exam results

posted Jan 3, 2017, 5:55 AM by Gordon Shulefiti   [ updated Jan 3, 2017, 6:10 AM ]

Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers Secretary-General Akello Misori has faulted the KCSE examination results released last week.

Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers Secretary-General Akelo Misori talks to journalists in the past. PHOTO | EVANS HABIL | NATION MEDIA GROUP

“A normal curve would show a few top performers and a similar number at the bottom, with the majority being in the middle. The abnormal curve indicates the 2016 results...READ FULL ARTCLE

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