Nyambura Mutanyi unpacks the situation of special needs education in Kenya.… Read More (Class)room for all
Join us at Kafe Afrikana on 11th June to discuss which non-academic skills should be part of every young Kenyan’s education.… Read More #Ed10chat June: Soft skills for survival !
Betty Kabari of School Series highlights the relevance of soft skills to make individuals all-rounded people ready to face the challenges life will throw at them.… Read More Ed10 digest June 2016: lessons in soft skills
Every month, we keep you updated on the latest education-related news in East Africa, including topics such as policy, opportunities for educators, students and innovators, and events to look out for. We’re delighted to know that over 100 subscribers receive the monthly Ed10digest in their inboxes. If you’d like to join the community, here is… Read More The Ed10 digest has over 100 subscribers!
The gap between language policy and actual implementation across educational institutions isn’t given the attention it deserves, and children’s learning is taking a toll as a result. If Kenya is committed to building an equitable education system, the current status quo can’t be maintained. […] The argument that “they have to learn English anyway” is… Read More The Language-in-Education Policy Conundrum
Curriculum reform is a hot button topic in any part of the world but the stakes are particularly high in Kenya, where the 8-4-4 system has been so consistently criticised since its implementation. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics – known as STEM subjects – have been identified as a priority and take up a large… Read More The Blindspots of STEM-Focused Education Reform