APOLLO: Without sound policies, TVETs won’t end joblessness

However, if corruption is not dealt with, they will experience no admission

In Summary
  • In the next few years, we could end up grappling with a bitter and unforgiving generation of jobless TVET graduates
  • TVETs are not bad, but we have to be alive to the fact that if we don't slay the dragon of corruption, they too will experience no admission in the future

Decades of joblessness induced by state-sanctioned corruption has seen many Kenyans develop cold feet towards university education.

According to the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central ...

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