Education stakeholders meet today in Nairobi for consultative talks

Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja. Photo Courtesy.

Nairobi City will today March 28, 2024 hold this year’s Education Day Dialogue at the Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE) in Nairobi.

The event themed “Making Education Work for Learner” will be graced by the Nairobi City Governor, Johnson Sakaja and the Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu as the chief guest.

According to the Nairobi regional Director of Education, Margaret Lesuuda, the dialogue will provide a benefiting platform for the deliberations which brings all education stakeholders in the county.

“Discussions will be based on the outcomes of the children’s conference held on September, 2023, where different partners supported the County Education Board to bring children from all levels of Basic Education in Nairobi to listen to their voices on matters on Education,” Lesuuda said.


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She went on by saying that the event will focus on exploring interventions and suggest possible ways of addressing the issues raised by children. It will also aim at fostering collaborative efforts among various stakeholders and promoting best practices to enhance learning outcomes.

“Each stakeholder in Education plays a unique role and can help increase support for educational goals. Stakeholders involvement in education plays an important part, as the purpose of each stakeholder is to reach a common educational goal through team effort,” she said.

She called upon the team effort, to increase the chances of success in achieving the educational goals in the county.

The County Education Board Chairman, Prof Simmy Mwita Marwa, said the event will provide the opportunity for members on the educational board to reflect on the education “as is” in the county” and offer to make positive  change that will improves the learning process and thus  learning outcomes for all learners in the city now and into the future.

The event lastly happened on September 9, 2023.

By Brian Ndigo

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