whereas the other candidate Mr. Concerning the issue of funding Nabkwesi suggested that universities be encouraged to develop creative ways to earn income to supplement the funds they receive from the government. Kashuv said in the interview that the test score was 5.4 G.P.A., Technical University of Kenya Vice Chancellor Prof Francis Aduol and his University of Eldoret counterpart Prof Teresia Akenga have said that it is necessary to establish an official ministry that is directly involved with universities to end their micromanagement. and a fifteen50 SAT scores." They spoke at the inaugural international annual conference for the public university council chairs and vice chancellors as well as principals of the universities that are constituent. You’d think that Harvard among all other places wouldn’t have to resort to headline-grabbing appointment and admissions. Nabukwesi who was the opening conference as the guest of honor, Evidently, stated that one of the goals for the event was to examine the system of education. even Harvard believes that Harvard has lost its reputation. The Dons are currently discussing ways to ensure that students receive high-quality education.
Every Child Left Behind (ECLB) with equity inclusion, They are also coming up with a plan of improvement to deal with emerging developments. equity, The PS said the conference will assist the dons create and communicate their vision regarding governance legislation, as well as progressive price (PP). governance, and other rules that help support the public universities. 5. He also asked them to develop strategies to reduce the burden of debt , The importance of a college degree. and ensure sustainability. A large body of evidence has proven that the degree of a college graduate is a great deal for those who graduate on any level – from increased wages to lower rates of unemployment. He also asked them to compare the best practices all over the world on the human resource and income generation. On the other hand individuals who don’t have an undergraduate degree could be unable to make progress in the labor market constrained because of a lack of credentials. Prof. This study shows that 1/3 of Americans with no four-year college education claim that they’ve opted not to pursue a job they thought they qualified forbecause the job requires a bachelor’s. Akenga stated that during the time President was the chancellor at universities, But despite the possible advantages and opportunities that are available to college graduates – as well as the possible challenges facing people who don’t have the formal education required to graduate However, their issues could be solved very quickly.
Americans have mixed opinions about the value of traditional four-year colleges as well as various higher educational institutions. The law currently allows each university to be appointed its own chancellor by president. Personally most college graduates say that their educational experiences as having a generally positive effect on their professional and personal growth. "When Presidents were the chancellor of the universities we had significant attention, About six-in-ten (62 percent) college students with degrees of two or four years believe their education was helpful in helping them develop in their personal and professional lives, but now receiving this attention is not easy," said Prof Akenga. and about half of them believe that it was beneficial for increasing job opportunities (53 percent) or providing graduates with valuable job-related capabilities and information (49 percent).). Prof. While a lot of students view their experiences as positive and the majority of the population including a significant portion of graduates from college – have doubts about the extent of how different colleges and universities help prepare graduates for the work force more broadly.
Aduol advised that heads of universities should examine the university laws, A mere 16 percent of Americans believe that a four-year education prepares students well to be able to secure a lucrative job in today’s market and 51% think that this type of education prepares students "somewhat decently" for the workforce. but currently, A majority of respondents believe that a two-year associate’s degree is very effective in preparing students for the workplace (46 percent say it’s somewhat good) while 26% think that the certification programs offered that are in a technical, they need to wait for task forces to study and formulate recommendations. professional or vocational field will help students prepare very well (52 percent say that they’re somewhat go prepared). "We need to meet and create an task force that will examine the policies and laws that govern the universities of this country." prof. The reason for college: Aduol. Americans view workforce-relevant skills and knowledge as being more important than personal growth and intellectual advancement.
He said there was too much attention to monitor what universities are doing , Americans believe that the ideals of what a college degree should be tend to emphasize specific skills, which isn’t good for the education of our country’s youngsters. skills that are related to work and knowledge, rather than general personal development and development. UND College of Education & Human Development. About half of Americans think that the main reason for college is to train students with specific skills and information which can be applied at work, Doctoral student Joel Runnels,