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Curated blogs | #UgBlogWeek Day 3

day 3

What may come as obvious today is what was rocket science back in the school days. Using 577 Patricia Kahill used relatable experiences like fake friends, cramming for exams, judging people by their appearance and tribe to drive home the fact that the traits we picked from school are what break or make us in future. See more here.

Shanine in 687 word narrated a story that many of us can relate to, in a time of punishment in school, in pursuit of success and discipline. This is the full story here.

Benjamin Edwards continues his series, like he said at the start, don’t blink! Well, in 547 words he made the series more interesting, he is now doing the actual bone of the series. This is it.

In 713 words, Bernard Olupot narrated about how Schools wrongly shaped the students into cramming rather than understanding what they are taught. This is due to the desire of merely passing as this is the theme, which knowledge is dropped there after he says. Dig through to get the details on his thoughts here.

Do you like and enjoy a good story? The kind of story that keeps you on the edge of imagination? A short, yet profound story in 691 Words that’s what you are about to dive in upon clicking this link. The Author is none other than Charlotte

Yvon Day talks about how school pointed out her poor planning in 859 words weighing in on how she used to manage her grub the whole school term. To explicitly elaborate this her benchmark was how the students used to eat their the  three types of ‘Obunena’ as the term progresses. Here.

In tough time at schools, what questions did/do you ask yourself? Gilbert Opondo, questioned the value of education. But what tough times made him question the value of education,? is it the report, chemistry? Marks? Well, That’s for you to find out, here written in 1037 words.

In a humorous brief 341 word blog, the Esther Mirembe simply puts it to the table that everything learnt in life and school is useful at some point in time though it may not necessarily be relevant to your core. This is the whole blog

In 674 words, Simon Kaheru shows much appreciation to his parents on the virtues they instilled in him and how best these virtues helped shape his Character through his education. He entails on how this made him feel outstanding irrespective of his humble background. For more of this, click here.

Why I hate  school but Love education, is spoken word piece Joel Jemba shared from Suli Breaks’ youtube channel addressing the aspects of school vs education. The video clip is 6:08 and we believe it’s worth you time and data. Over here.

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