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The Ministry of Education has today given a new directive regarding the Grade Six learners' education transition.According to CS Ezekiel Machogu the CBC learners will be domiciled in their current primary schools for junior secondary education.In addition the government is set to establish new classrooms and laboratories in primary schools within a span of one year.However the recent Grade six national examinations will not be used for the placement of learners in junior secondary school.
However the CBC learners are expected to access laboratory equipments from the neighbouring secondary schools prior the construction of laboratories in primary schools.Indeed the new directive by the ministry of education today regarding the Junior secondary school learners, has ignited varying opinions among Kenyans.However what is your concern regarding the CBC learners sharing laboratories with the neighbouring secondary schools? Kindly share your comment and follow us for other more updates.
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