1. Kirinyaga: Joy as Kamuiri Boys Form 4 Students Who Scored As in Recent Exam Receive KSh 2k Each

    By Linda Shiundu Kamuiri Boys High School in Kirinyaga witnessed scenes of jubilation as top-performing students were rewarded with cash incentives The gesture, orchestrated by local MCAs, aimed to motivate and recognize the outstanding achievements of students in the recent exams T
  2. Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs Wants To Hobble School Choice, Despite Years of Student Achievement Gains

    By Christian Barnard Before the start of the state legislative session in January, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, proposed a plan to heavily regulate the state's universal education savings account (ESA) program. Her proposal aims to make private schools comply with some of
  3. Northeastern student directs off-campus theater production, and does it ‘with flying colors’

    It’s pretty unusual for Northeastern University theater students to direct a production for their capstone. It’s even more rare for a professional company to then run that production as part of its season. But this is the case for Donovan Holt. Holt, a fifth-year theater major wit
  4. AI can teach math teachers how to improve student skills

    By Yasemin Copur-Gencturk, University of Southern California When middle school math teachers completed an online professional development program that uses artificial intelligence to improve their math knowledge and teaching skills, their students’ math performance improved. My co