March 2009 Blog Posts (3)

Time to rethink the Free Primary Education in Kenya.

What the US government is doing in revamping education in America is may be just what Kenya needs now more than ever. While our education system is a pale comparison to the education systems in the northern countries Kenya’s education (like that of her sister East African states) needs a bold radical surgery in the public education.



Whereas the government of Kenya continues to grapple with insurmountable social and economic challenges, it should not be lost to us that the quality of… Continue

Added by Dan Andrew Otedo on March 14, 2009 at 15:30 — No Comments

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This blog post starts today 10 March 2009. Just back from training of educators on the use of OneNote in lesson preparation. The trainees were quite delighted.

Added by Charles Robert Adjah on March 10, 2009 at 9:30 — No Comments

Growing Up In Africa's Cruelest War Zone

Growing Up In Africa's Cruelest War Zone

It's terrible to be a child anyplace without adequate food, shelter or access to education. Add war, and society's youngest members face a life of relentless horror and uncertainty. But even war seldom produces the kind of cruelty endured by children in African war turned zones like Sudan, Sierra Leone, Liberia, etc. Over the past two decades rebels in this war areas have systematically used child abuse as a military strategy. First children as… Continue

Added by Maurice MArtin on March 1, 2009 at 12:30 — No Comments

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