It’s important that universities open their budgetary processes up to input and scrutiny.
Kenya's university budgets are a closed book – and this lack of transparency is bad for institutions and the country as a whole.
Small classes like these are sadly uncommon in Kenya’s often overcrowded, oversubscribed universities.
Kenya's authorities are trying to deal with declining standards at the country's public and private universities. This will require a strengthened regulatory framework and hard work from institutions.
Ethnic tensions at Kenya’s universities are not new. But the intensity is increasing, and ethnicity is interfering with how universities are run.
Kenya's universities have become hotbeds of ethnic tension and conflict. This has affected everything from staff appointments to broader institutional governance.
How well do students learn when a lesson is mainly in PowerPoint?
Henrik Berger Jørgensen
Slideshows, when designed right, can be a useful part of online instruction. But they shouldn’t be the main, or the only, method of instruction.
Should mobile devices be encouraged in class?
From the look of it, the millennials appear to be very comfortable with technology. But are they as immune to the effects of digital distraction as some might assume -- especially in the classroom?
Unlocking the code for global solutions.
As the effects of climate change rapidly alter communities, economies and natural systems, the need to advance new solutions to what may be the most pressing biological challenge of our time has never…