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Should Kenya abolish all school exams? Expert sets out five reasons why they’re still useful

  By Beatrice M’mboga Akala, University of the Witwatersrand The role of examinations in Kenyan schools is under scrutiny. This is because there is a lot that is wrong with the country’s examinations, a situation that threatens to derail education gains made over the decades. For instance, for two consecutive years – last year and the year before – the periods during the country’s national examination period were marred by […]

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Kunene Education Directorate to address challenges through teachers’ conferences

  The Kunene Education Directorate plans to conduct teachers’ conferences to address the region’s poor performance in the 2023 Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO) and Advanced Subsidiary (NSSCAS) level examinations. This was said by the region’s interim education director, Petrus Shipalanga, in an interview with Nampa on Wednesday as part of a discussion on Kunene’s poor academic performance. Despite a gradual increase in 2023 outcomes when compared to 2022, […]

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