It’s a chilly Friday morning and Collins Juma is heading to the administration block Moi University to check at the ATM machine whether the HELB disbursements have been done. This is the third time he is been here in a span of three weeks. He inserts the ATM card into the machine with hope only to find his expectations cut short by the sound of an empty account.
He never thought that his life would take a different turn until an accident blinded him. He was 14 at the time and was preparing for an inter-school football competition
Even as students prepare for exams, it is not always easy to read all your notes and remember everything. That is why it is important to narrow down the topics that are likely to be tested.
The Parliamentary Budget Office has returned a stinging verdict on the country’s education system. It says most graduates are half-baked, especially those heading for the blue-collar job market.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has advised the youth to embrace technology-driven agriculture instead of waiting for the elusive ‘white collar’ jobs that are diminishing by the day.
Speaking Friday when he opened this year’s ASK Nyeri National Show at Kabiruini Showground, the President said that agriculture had the potential to provide millions of decent jobs to young people.
The publishing industry has welcomed in its fold the youngest budding writer: an eight-year-old Standard Three pupil.
Delegates drawn from the world will in November assemble in Japan to discuss an important milestone for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), marking a decade since ESD was launched.