CS Amina directs schools to establish mentorship departments

Education Cabinet Secretary Ambassador Amina Mohammed has directed all primary and secondary schools to establish strong guidance and mentorship departments by the end of next month.

According to the Cabinet Secretary, the policy is paramount to guide students on issues regarding career choices, values, responsible living making positive and informed choices as well as instilling discipline.

Education Cabinet Secretary Ambassador Amina Mohammed has directed all primary and secondary schools to establish strong guidance and mentorship departments by the end of next month.

According to the Cabinet Secretary, the policy is paramount to guide students on issues regarding career choices, values, responsible living making positive and informed choices as well as instilling discipline.

Meanwhile, Members of parliament in the national assembly have been urged to come up with legislation that will compel the ministry of finance and that of education to set aside a kitty that will provide funds to promote talents in both private and government tertiary institutions in the country.

Speaking in Eldoret during a talent search event that brought together various private tertiary institutions in Eldoret, Bungoma, Kitale and Turkana, the director Cambridge Universal College, Alex Kango, said many countries the world over have discovered the importance of talent in football, film, music, drama and poetry in improving the living standards of their people.

He appealed to the government to hasten the development of a kitty to help nurture talents of the youth in the country.

  

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