New course in Kenya prepares students for the working world


Could written examinations be the cause of rising numbers of half baked, less confident graduates joining the labour market every year.

One school in Kenya thinks so and is out to prove otherwise.

Braeburn Garden estate has launched the International Baccalaureate career related programme,  a programme that began in 2012 internationally and seeks to equip young innovators with practical experience as opposed to mere theoretical knowledge.

Clementine Logan with the story.

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