School of Government launches unit for schools’ principals

By KBC Reporter

The Kenya School of Government has launched a programme in strategic leadership training for school management teams.

Kenya School of Government Director General Dr Ludeki Chweya says the initiative seeks to equip beneficiaries with important lessons on running of schools effectively as a way of curbing schools unrest.

The country has in the recent past witnessed a wave of school unrests with valuable school infrastructure going up in smoke due to yet to be explained fires.

According to Dr. Chweya, the institution plans to offer strategic leadership management skills in an initiative which will bring on board all school heads, Boards of Management and Parents Teachers Association members.

Chweya said the beneficiaries will undergo leadership training which will equip them with competent skills on how to manage institutional affairs.

Baringo Governor Benjamin Cheboi who officiated the ceremony lauded Dr Chweya for his plan to introduce the leadership development programme to be extended to school managers.

He said it is handy at a time when the country is facing a crisis in learning institutions especially secondary schools.

  

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