The Government has scaled up its efforts to ensure that the changes brought about in Education system become a reality.Seemingly,the court case that is yet to determine the fate of the CBC curriculum may end nowhere since the implementation process may not be stopped due to the huge expenses that the government has undertaken.President Kenyatta's directives of building 10,000 schools by 2023 is a clear indication that the government is not backtracking.
As the Principals wait for more directives from the government,some of them have been on the spot for charging extra fees and sending students home contrary to Ministry of education's guidelines.This has angered many parents and students who have fallen victims.
Even before this is completely solved,the teachers are on the headlines again.Some are reported to be detaining the students' certificates even after completing the actual Government's fees in the name of other levies such as remedial fees amongst others.Parliament has now put the Principals on notice over this act arguing that it is ilegal.This new move is likely to relieve many students who are likely to miss out in the crucial applications for courses.They have promised to ensure that the Ministry of Education takes action against such teachers.
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