COVID-19 has shown that there is a need for revolutionary thinking within the education sector if all children are to get a chance of an education.
Colonial and post-colonial governments have worked to separate education from access to culture and information, and to isolate the school as the only source of learning.
As the current debates about the Competency-Based Curriculum rage on, Dr Wandia Njoya and Elephant Curator John Githongo walk down the memory lane of Kenya's education...
Science vs the arts is a false dichotomy. We must intertwine our artistic skills with our scientific insights to invent our future.
The choice between homeschooling and institutional education is not a real one. And homeschooling does not offer an alternative education but merely an alternative venue and...
Education benefits each person individually and, at the same time, benefits society in general, through its contribution to the formation of better prepared citizens.
Dr Wandia Njoya explores the assorted changes in Kenya's education system since independence and the role it has played in changing Kenyan youth.
Dr Wandia Njoya explores developments in Kenya's education sector since independence. She explains that the initial 7-6-3 system was designed to recreate a British style elite;...
Kenyan public discourse restricts our words to their literal meaning in order to prevent us from confronting the social situation to which the words are pointing.
The massive disruptions wrought by COVID-19 present an opportunity for a fundamental transformation of Africa’s higher education.
African universities must transform higher education. At stake is the future of the African continent and humanity itself, as much of this humanity becomes increasingly African.