The future of higher education, now available in Kenya.
Spire is launching a new model for higher education in the developing world. We are building programs to close the skills gap between what employers seek and what higher education institutions deliver — and in doing so, transform the lives of tens of thousands of promising young people.
If you are a Kenyan student or recent graduate, we want your ideas on how higher education can be better. Our student survey is here.
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Many freshmen- managing their lives on their own for the first time — make even bigger mistakes than high schoolers. Some guys concentrate on pampering members of the opposite sex, trying to please them, some concentrate on looking cool. All these ventures leave first year students with huge bills and expenses. Some students take unnecessary loans oblivious of the many years of repayment while blowing the loan before mid-semester.
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An inside look at a daring global experiment: using freely available online courses to bring top-tier instruction to the neediest parts of the planet
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Children in primary schools are being taught by academic failures, a new survey has shown.
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More Kenyans are enrolling their children in costly academies, shunning free public schools, a survey shows.
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Online tools continue to grow rapidly in number, providing teachers and students with a variety of options to select from, but at the same time making it difficult and laborious for them to search for the ones that are worth it.
Online tools assist students throughout their school year and help them stay organized and improve their academic performance. Students need to be guided to select such tools wisely as they have a direct effect on their academics.
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