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Learners Exiting Grade Six Will Not Get Certificates Due To The Following Reasons

The Kenya National Examinations Council is a government body that works to ensure learners get the required Certificates after completion of each course. The Kenya National Examinations Council examines learners on the content they have been given in each course. After successful completion of class eight, candidates sit for KCPE. On the other hand, form four Students sit for KCSE.

The Kenya National Examinations Council ensures marking is done and releases out the results. Recently, the examination body released out the deadline for corrections. Therefore, Teachers who are responsible for making corrections for national examinations are reminded to do so before the deadline is reached.

The Ministry of Education is planning to change the current education system which is 8:4:4 to the Competency Based Curriculum. Following the news concerning CBC, learners will will be sitting for grade six examinations that will take them to Junior secondary schools will not be given Certificates but instead, they will be given transition reports. This is bad news to KNEC as their work of making Certificates will reduce, hence the money they make will decrease too.

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