Is Bridge International operating in Kenya illegally?
27 January 2016, 16:57
Nairobi - Bridge International Academies have not fully adhered to policy guidelines, it has emerged.
Citing the Ministry of Education, The Star reports that Bridge International schools have not met rules on Alternative Provision of Basic Education and Training.
The schools co-founder, Shannon May has however said said they will register afresh once the regulations are gazetted.
Bridge International Academies have been operating in Kenya since 2009, where they mainly operate in slums in accordance with their mission of “providing education to families who live on $2 a day per person or less.”
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