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Government launches ICT internship programme for graduates | Capital Campus

Source: www.capitalfm.co.ke

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Education stakeholders hail ban on school ranking

Education stakeholders have hailed Government’s ban on ranking of schools and students in national examinations even as a teacher’s union wants it upheld.

Source: www.standardmedia.co.ke

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Blow to university students over plans to charge more fees from January

Students in public and private universities may have to pay more fees next year to help finance the sector regulator’s quality assurance programmes.

Source: www.standardmedia.co.ke

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Empty classrooms as alcoholism, low birth rate take toll

There has been a story that in Central Province, and especially Murang’a, nursery schools are near extinct because women are not giving birth anymore.

Source: www.standardmedia.co.ke

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State starts to effect school fees report

The Government has started implementing the recommendations of the School Fees report, with a stern warning to school heads to exercise wise management of resources.

Source: www.standardmedia.co.ke

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Knec asks parents with candidates next year not to pay exam fees

The Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) has asked parents with candidates in next year’s Form Four and Standard Eight classes in public schools not to pay examination fees.

Source: www.standardmedia.co.ke

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Ranking of schools, candidates based on national exam results abolished

The pomp and colour that marks release of standard eight and form four examination results will be no more as the government abolishes schools and candidates ranking.

Source: www.standardmedia.co.ke

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