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What last year’s KCSE candidates need to know about University placement

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For the last one week, there has been a flurry of activities by last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education ( KCSE) candidates. This is as they revise their university degrees’ options, following the announcement by the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPC). The agency replaced the former universities Joint Admission Board (JAB).
Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/lifestyle/article/2000123011/what-last-year-s-kcse-candidates-need-to-know-about-university-placement

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Kenya: Samsung Launches Solar Powered Internet Schools

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On Tuesday, Samsung Electronics East Africa launched the first Solar Powered Internet School (SPIS) in Kenya. This initiative was in a move that is set to improve the quality of education provision in Kenya.

See on allafrica.com

Mentoring & Career Guidance ~ Hatua Likoni

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Hatua is a community NGO helping Likoni’s top students gain the skills and credentials needed to contribute to and benefit from Kenya’s growing economy.

See on www.hatualikoni.org

Education Perspectives: Is Kenya Achieving Inclusive Education? | Center for Education Innovations

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In a world that values being educated so highly, why do some of us flourish in acquiring skills and knowledge while others get left behind? This question has ignited numerous debates on education, ranging from issues of access, to quality, and purpose. It is not my intent to answer these questions, but to focus on one key cause of ‘getting left behind’; having a disability. – See more at: http://www.educationinnovations.org/blog/education-perspectives-kenya-achieving-inclusive-education#sthash.2TDW2D81.dpuf

See on www.educationinnovations.org

A 4-Step Guide To Effective Lesson Planning – Edudemic

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Building lesson plans is an integral part of every teacher’s day. Integrating technology into lessons (that may have previously existed in a totally non-technology infused version) can sometimes be difficult, especially if the task at hand can be easily completed without technology – many of us wonder why bother if we don’t have to. While …

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A New Approach To Professional Development – Edudemic

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A few weeks ago, I went to my doctor (don’t worry, I’m all good!). In order to make an appointment with him, I had to go to a booking site, find a time slot that was open, book it and that was it! Over the next few days, the website stuck in my head; so …

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Study: More boys dropping out of school than girls

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A new report paints a grim picture of the Free Primary Education (FPE) with increased dropout rates and a rising proportion of boys’ marginalisation in education.

See on www.standardmedia.co.ke

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