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Uncertainties abound as schools reopen

Schools open on Monday amidst uncertainties over national examinations and the filling of important positions as Jubilee partners TNA and URP jostle over the sharing of State jobs.

Source: www.standardmedia.co.ke

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Strathmore University students win ACCA Campus Business Challenge | Capital Campus

Strathmore University students Ashna Patel, Winnie Onsiero and Nishita Bakrania in a team‘Raging Achievers’ were the winners in the just concluded ACCA Business Challenge, defeating 112 other teams drawn from 19 universities. Following in position two were Esther Saya, Slade Ochieng and Billy Atela from ‘Achievers team’ also Strathmore University students.

Source: www.capitalfm.co.ke

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Official school hours reduced in proposed new law

NAIROBI, Kenya, August 30 – No student should be in class later than 3.30pm, if the government proposals on the Basic Education Regulations, 2014 are adopted. The

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Thousands snub public universities

At least 13,000 admitted to public universities last year turned down the offer, according to Education Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang.

Source: www.nation.co.ke

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A guide to student accommodation in Kenya | Capital Campus

As freshmen prepare to join campus in a few weeks time, capital campus will be informing you on what to expect at campus. Various Universities have prepared well enough to receive you and senior resident students are also psyched to receive you (proceed with caution)

Source: www.capitalfm.co.ke

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Incorporate life skills in Kenya’s education curriculum, professional urge

Some life skills are essential for everyone irrespective of career, and can sometimes determine whether or not you get that desired job.

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Keep children safe online

Millions of people are online at any given time, either on social sites or researching.

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