ICT cabinet secretary Joseph Mucheru has underscored the importance of technology in building the capacity of students and their teachers.
Speaking during celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of Lenana School, Mucheru said technology can make education more meaningful and fun.
As the students, teachers and alumni of Lenana School, in Nairobi congregated today for the celebration of the school’s 70th anniversary, the school’s nickname “CHANGES” took a major significance, as the conversation over the quality of the current education and the mettle of today’s youth emerged.
While answering a series of questions from one of the school’s aspiring journalists, Mucheru an alumnus of Lenana spoke on the critical role of technology in education.
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Mucheru took the opportunity to encourage the students to focus on self-development.
Archbishop of the Anglican Church Jackson Ole Sapit who was also also present took the opportunity to champion for the inclusion of values in the curriculum, with particular emphasis on a value system that will produce upright members of the society.
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