January KCPE exam re-sit pushed after students’ hitch

Reading Time: 2 minutes Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has said that a qualifying exam for students who did not sit 2023 Kenya Certificate […]

CS Machogu reveals plans to stop exam results access via SMS after KCPE errors

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Ministry of Education is considering discontinuing the use of Short Message Service (SMS) for candidates to access the results […]

Parents move to court seeking probe on exam ‘irregularities’

Reading Time: 3 minutes Two parents moved to court yesterday calling for investigations at Kenya National Examinations Council over the irregularities in the results […]

Machogu drops grading of KCPE exam candidates

Reading Time: 4 minutes Otieno Lewis Omondi Glen and Fwaro Makokha Robinson are the top students in the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education […]

Principals, CS clash as Form Ones report

Reading Time: 4 minutes The government was yesterday headed on a collision course with principals over the high number of Form One students seeking […]

Parents up in arms over Form One uniform cost

Reading Time: 4 minutes Thousands of Form One parents are up in arms after many of secondary schools imposed exorbitant charges for school uniform […]

Form One students to report on May 3 – CS Magoha

Reading Time: < 1 minute Some 1,225,507 candidates who sat Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) 2021 will report to various secondary schools across the […]

FGM incident shocks Nyeri MP, leaders

Reading Time: < 1 minute Nyeri Woman Rep Rahab Mukami has condemned an incident in which six minors were subjected to forced circumcision in Muthuthini […]

How school saved sharp pupil from a grim future

Reading Time: < 1 minute Two years ago, were Moses Mdhami to envision life after primary school, he would fumble and offer a grim forecast, […]

Teen mum keen on teaching girls not to end up like her

Reading Time: 4 minutes Every time students sit their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), Susan Wavinya Wairimu recalls her experience five years ago. […]