Students Career Mentorship Program

Introduction Most students choose subjects with little or no career choice information guided by family preference, teacher driven, peer influence, individual inclinations or media influence. This has resulted to broken careers and unrealized dreams.   Research indicates that on average, people who start working at the age of 25 change career 4-5 times by the age […]

KCPE 2016 Ranking by County

By Anthony M. Wanjohi: The release of KCPE 2016 marked a new beginning of “honesty” in national examinations after years of exam cheating in  Kenya. Exam cheating has been associated with the need to be seen as the best, especially in private schools for the purpose of attracting enrollments. In an effort to curb the […]

An Overview of KCPE Results 2016

The release of KCPE results on the 1st of December, 2016 came as a surprise to many. The results were released by the Education Cabinet Secretary Dr. Matiang’i at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) in Nairobi, Kenya. For the first time in Kenya’s history, the results had the smallest number of the reported […]

History of Education Systems in Kenya

By Anthony M. Wanjohi: This article deals with system of education in Kenya since 1963. It covers the first education system after Kenya’s independence, namely 7-4-2-3 and further provides an overview of 8-4-4 system before drawing a conclusion. 7-4-2-3 System of Education According to Ominde (1964), the chairman of the first educational commission in the […]

Kenya Primary Education Syllabus Volume 1 and 2

Kenya Primary Education Syllabus is available in two volumes, namely volume 1 and 2. Volume 1 contains English, Kiswahili, Mother Tongue, Physical Education and Creative Arts. Volume 2 on the other hand contains Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Christian Religious Education, Islamic Religious Education and Hindu Religious Education. In each subject both the general and the […]