International education cannot be the work of one country. It is the responsibility and promise of all nations. It calls for free exchange and full collaboration…The knowledge of our citizens is one treasure which grows only when it is shared.” Lyndon B. Johnson.
Kenyan system has to learn to embrace Technology in the education system and welcome more innovative ideas to boost our system and allow us to compete with the developed world. 2013 will see Kenya enter the county Government after the elections and this should allow more innovations based on the specific needs of any particular county though the syllabus will remain the same in the whole country. Innovations should have consideration of Poverty understanding of an area, physically challenged, Geographical setup, economic activities and Climate conditions in each area.
We all have to play role to make education enjoyable and not burden to those pursuing it!
Guest post by Dickens