It is well recognised that statistics teaching in Kenya needs to change, in both the course content and in the approaches to teaching. Also clear is the important role that can be played through the recent wide availability of modern technology to students at all levels. A wide range of resources are available and various initiatives have also recently been undertaken. However, the system has remained resistant to change. The case is made that teaching and learning of statistics could benefit from initiatives that cut across all educational levels from school through undergraduate to MSc and PhD.
- Prof Dev