Schools were supposed to reopen next year. But along the way plans have changed. These is due to Covid-19 curve flattening. The education Cs Proffesor Grorge Magoha has allowed teachers to resume back to school to pave way for re-opeaning of schools. Students of higher learning are supposed to reopen on 5th October. These is only for the final year students.
Now the March examination candidates are supposed to do there exams October and July exams are to be done on December. Students are now required to adhere to the covid-19 rules set by the ministry of health in conjunction with the ministry of education.
The KNECK and the KASNEB examination schedule is out already. As we all know the July and March candidates have not yet done there exams not only them but also the KASNEB series has not been done. The March examination candidates are supposed to be at school by 5th October and they will do there exams between 12th to 23th October. July exams series are to be done on January between 18th to 29th. KASNEB exams are to be done on December 7th to 18th.
The situation kenyan parents will in will be tough. These is because when schools will resume, there will be alot of demand from the students. Now parents are forced to work extra hard to make money for these needs. But good thing is comrades have a reason to smile again after a long time of waiting.
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