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DonationsFundraising
April 12, 2018

Funnel Hacking Live 2018

“When he handed me this check for $133,737, my jaw dropped.”  - Stu McLaren  A few years ago when Russell Brunson and Todd Dickerson started ClickFunnels, they committed to donate $1 to World Teacher Aid for every funnel that was…
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High SchoolStudent Life
March 29, 2018

A Day in the Life of WTA Student, Benedicta

Identifying talent can be an uphill task and often confusing. Some people identify what they love doing by mirroring others. Others establish talent by seeing others do it and believing that they had the capability of doing it better than…
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CounselingHigh SchoolStudent Life
March 28, 2018

CHANGING A NEGATIVE ATTITUDE

It was about 9:30 a.m. at Springs High School and normal school activities were going on. A student (Shawn will do, not his real name though) knocked on the door a bit nervously and I quickly welcomed him into the…
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Student Life
March 19, 2018

A Day in the life of WTA Student, Aron

Talent is often regarded as a natural aptitude or skill in accomplishing a specific task. Others refer to talent as the ability to be good at something, especially without being taught. Most people often confuse hard work with talent, while…
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Teachers
March 2, 2018

Second Annual Teachers Conference

Last Saturday, February 24, 2018, World Teacher Aid held its second annual Teachers Conference at Hotel Waterbuck in Nakuru. Teachers from our eleven schools (as of right now) came together for the one-day conference that aims to bring together our…
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Class DevelopmentCounseling
February 22, 2018

MY FIRST GROUP THERAPY SESSION AT SHALOM PRIMARY

Spring High School  When I joined WTA in March 2017, the experience was new and exciting. This is because it was my first time doing counselling in a school setting. I was very eager to learn the school calendar and…
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Teachers
February 12, 2018

Day in the life of Teresia Kanyuga

“A teacher is a person who helps others to acquire knowledge, competence and values”, according to Wikipedia. The definition in itself highlights the importance of a teacher within modern society. In most economies, teachers are deemed to be the most…
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Teachers
February 2, 2018

Day in the Life of Michael Tonui

Michael Tonui is a teacher at Bright Hope High School in the Lemolo B community. He is a Mathematics and Geography teacher although he is also holding the fort by teaching Physics and Agriculture due to a shortage of teachers…
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Safina Haji High
School Updates
January 25, 2018

School Updates – January 2018

The 2018 school year started on January 3, 2018. All our schools opened on this day with the brand- new schools (Sanmarico and Ndatho) officially starting on the January 4th and 8th respectively. Shalom Primary School The school started enrolling…
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Mr. Muiruri addressing a parade at Shalom
Exams
January 18, 2018

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS: Some of the students who performed the best in our schools

November 22, 2017, was a day filled with anxiety for all students who sat for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) final examination. There was a lot of skepticism about the authenticity of the just-released results and some stakeholders…
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