The Government will intensify funding in schools to upgrade their infrastructure and human resource.
President William Ruto said this will enhance learning experience and improve student living.
“Better learning facilities will also help deliver a more holistic education,” he noted, adding that learning environment matters.
He said the Government is committed to building a modern, dynamic and inclusive education ecosystem that is student-centred.
Such a system, he added, moulds minds, shapes character and transforms young people into agents of progress.
The President stressed that Kenya’s education system must equip “our children” with the skills and values they need to thrive.
“Our goal is to create an education system that matches requirements of the market and prepares them for the threats and opportunities of the future.”
He spoke on Thursday during the commissioning of a new dormitory and the laying of the foundation stone for a new Science Laboratory in Nairobi School, Nairobi County.
President Ruto said the Government will do what it takes to achieve modern-day education.
“We are investing in new technologies, developing new curricula and improving teacher training to ensure that our children receive world-class education,” he observed.