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Kenya’s Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has ruled that schools will remain open until the end of term despite a disturbing spate of arson attacks. Teachers have threatened strike action.Andrew Rasugu Riechi, senior lecturer at the Department of Education Administration and Planning, University of Nairobi, in conversation with Isaac Mugabi

Education in Kenya is in turmoil. Over 60 schools have been burnt to the ground over the last two months. One partial explanation for these arson attacks could be exam pressure in a corrupt school environment. DW’s Isaac Mugabi has been talking to Andrew Rasugu Riechi, senior lecturer at the Department of Education Administration and Planning, University of Nairobi.

Andrew Rasugu Riechi, senior lecturer at the Department of Education Administration and Planning, University of Nairobi, in conversation with Isaac Mugabi

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Why Kenya’s schools are burning Reviewed by on July 29, 2016 .

Why Kenya’s schools are burning Kenya’s Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has ruled that schools will remain open until the end of term despite a disturbing spate of arson attacks. Teachers have threatened strike action.Andrew Rasugu Riechi, senior lecturer at the Department of Education Administration and Planning, University of Nairobi, in conversation with Isaac Mugabi

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