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Monday April 26th Education News In The Headlines

Deadline for 365 email account activation for teachers, end of the road for politicians with fake academic papers and new selection formula for form one 2021 make the headline today.

1. End Of the road for Politicians with fake Academic papers

Government departments like the KNQA, IEBC, DCI and EACC have all held hands to bar applicants who will present unconfirmed scholarly papers, a move which will guarantee a level jungle gym for job seekers and contestants for elective positions.The agencies have noticed that out of 3 certificates 1 is fake and bogus.

“We will be happy to work together to address fake academic qualifications by candidates seeking elective positions,” said IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati.

“Elected leaders need to lead by example by only presenting genuine certificates to the electoral body,” KNQA chair Kilemi Mwiria noted.

As per the KNQA director general, they are cooperating with colleges, TVETs and foreign foundations which are relied upon to enlist their qualifications to guarantee the country has genuine and quality qualifications. 

2. New Selection Formula For Form One 2021

The Ministry of Education will lead a solitary selection and placement procedure for form one understudies this year. This is as per CS George Magoha.

According to Magoha competition for the National schools expected to be very high because there are just 103 schools under this classification to be filled by over 8,091 understudies who scored 400 marks or more along with the individuals who regional balance will favour however have marks under 400. 

“We want a system that will pick the best brains from Kiandutu slums in Thika and take them to Alliance,” said Prof Magoha.

He advised guardians against paying coins to get spaces for their kids in public schools.

3. Deadline for 365 Email Account Activation for Teachers

The deadline for Teachers Service Commission (TSC) email enactment using 365 accounts is on the 30th of April subsequently the commission has sent an admonition to the instructors who won’t have started their messages upon the cutoff time.

As per TSC, we will rebuff defaulters for net rebellion, which is against the TSC’s set of principles and guidelines.

"Kindly remind your teachers to ensure they activate their emails by 30th to avoid handing in problems. The commissioners have met and resolved that defaulters will face dire consequences," reads a note from TSC to school heads.

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