90,000 teachers will go through training in Kenya to improve teaching and learning in schools

|Source: Standard Digital|
Students in class at Nyamachaki Primary School, Kenya. Credit: GPE/Kelly Lynch

More than 90,000 primary school teachers in Kenya have registered for a government-sponsored training to improve teaching and learning in primary schools. The majority of these teachers are early grade math instructors; head teachers from 4,000 schools that posted mean scores of 243 or below for the primary school exit examination will also take computer training to boost their management skills. This program is the first phase of a Sh8.8 billion project funded by the Global Partnership for Education aimed at raising management and accountability standards, in addition to building capacity for research-based education sector policy enactment.

Read the article on Standard Digital

Sub-Saharan Africa: Kenya

Media contact

Alexandra Humme
Senior Communications Specialist
+1 202 458 5511

Latest news

In this piece for Time Educational Supplement (TES), British-Nigerian actor David Oyelowo explains that without investing sufficiently in education, the world will face more destabilization,...
Actress Connie Britton and The ONE Campaign are urging the United States and global leaders to make a historic investment in girls’ education when they meet in a few weeks in Senegal for the...
Under MESIP, Malawi is investing in infrastructure in hopes to increase access to quality education. The program is being implemented with a US$44.9 million in financial support from the Global...