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Parents flock Civil Registrar’s office for Birth Certificates

Hundreds  of  parents from Uasin Gishu County whose school going children do not have birth certificates continued to flock the office of the Civil Registrar in search for the document. The document is mandatory for students registering for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations. A spot check by KNA on ...Full Article

Top Performers rewarded in Taita – Taveta

38  top performers in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) in Taita-Taveta County were yesterday rewarded with shopping vouchers as they prepare themselves to join form one ...Full Article

Culture could not stop her from attaining her Dreams

At  the age of only 16 years, Ms. Josephine Rotiken narrowly escaped early marriage after her family tried to marry her off to a 30 year man. Ms. Rotiken ...Full Article

Bright KCPE orphaned twins face challenge of meeting secondary school fees

They  lost their mother as they prepared to join the candidate class and immediately after the funeral they had to drop out of school for two months as the ...Full Article

“I did it for my father” – Top Candidate

She is the epitome of hard work and achievement. She embodies a defiance of the misplaced adage that children from lowly rated public schools in the country’s dusty hamlets ...Full Article

Orphaned girl to get full sponsorship

The  Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) has fully sponsored the education of an orphaned girl, Dorcas Mercy who scored 337 marks in 2017 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) ...Full Article

Manyani Maximum Prison guards celebrate KCPE results

Manyani  GK  Maximum Security Prison is a cheerless dour facility known for holding the most violent and hardened of criminals. Located in the harsh wilderness in Tsavo National Park ...Full Article

Kajiado parents blamed for condoning early pregnancies

Parents in Kajiado County have been blamed for condoning the increasing number of teenage pregnancies which has negatively affected the girl-child education. The  Kajiado Women Representative, Janet  Teyiaa, addressing ...Full Article

Teachers to be trained on new curriculum

The  National Government has plans to conduct massive training for teachers countrywide to enhance implementation of new curriculum which is to begin early next year. The  Kenya Institute for ...Full Article

Government’s incentives in education sector increase enrollment

Primary  and  Secondary  School enrollment in Nakuru County has improved significantly following the government’s introduction of subsidies and incentives in the education sector. the County Director of Education (CDE),  ...Full Article