Author: Kennedy Buhere

Support learners with learning difficulties

Reading Time: 3 minutes In principle, children whose parents are well educated have a higher propensity to learn. Everything around them has educational value. […]

Why remedial classes have lost educational value

Reading Time: 2 minutes Last week, Principal Secretary for Basic Education, Dr Belio Kipsang, reiterated ban on the version of remedial teaching that most […]

Foundation skills key to achieving quality education

Reading Time: 2 minutes Among recommendations in the Report Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms (PWPER) is that the government invest in foundational learning. […]

Library remains the heartbeat of school systems

Reading Time: 2 minutes Two days after joining Form Five at Kakamega High School in 1983, I noticed something I had never seen in […]

Why it’s critical to curate leaders’ public speeches

Reading Time: 3 minutes Few years ago, I was tasked to find out the contribution two national leaders made in the education sector. First […]

Literature is about the human condition, not grammar

Reading Time: 3 minutes One of my literature teachers in Form Five confused me with her peculiar approach to teaching. She took us through […]

Why speech writers are critïcal for leaders’ success 

Reading Time: 3 minutes One of the most critical responsibilities of leaders of any organisation is public speaking. Be it a political, religious, business […]

Further studies can hone expertise for teachers

Reading Time: 3 minutes Some two years ago, I eavesdropped on two principals of secondary schools discussing an issue with enormous consequences to the […]