Moe to Boost School Funding For Infrastructure Expansion
Moe to Boost School Funding For Infrastructure Expansion. In order to enhance the capacities of educational institutions’ human resources and physical infrastructure, the government intends to raise funding for those institutions.
According to President William Ruto, this would enhance both the educational and quality of life for students.
“Better learning facilities will also help deliver a more holistic education because the learning environment matters,” he claimed. “The setting for learning is important.”
According to Ruto, the administration is committed to creating a modern, dynamic, inclusive, and student-centered educational system.
According to him, such a system would shape the opinions and personalities of young people and make them into agents of positive change.
In order to ensure that “our children have the skills and values they need to thrive,” the President of Kenya underlined the significance of Kenya’s educational system.
Our objective, he continued, is to develop a system of education that meets market demands and equips students for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. “Our goal is to develop an educational system that satisfies market demands.”
During the commissioning of a recently built dormitory and the laying of the foundation stone for a recently constructed science laboratory, the President made these remarks on Thursday in Nairobi School, Nairobi County.
According to Ruto, the administration would make every effort to update education for the twenty-first century.
He said that “we are investing in new technologies, developing new curricula, and improving teacher preparation” to give our kids an education on par with that of other industrialized countries.
Ruto said that the most new teachers were hired this year than any other administration.
He continued by saying that in order to ensure that schools run smoothly and to create job opportunities, his administration is committed to hiring additional teachers the following school year.
This year, “we have hired the largest cohort of teachers, and we will do the same thing next year,” he declared. “We’ll follow suit,” was said.