The Education Cabinet secretary Professor George Magoha is working extra hard to ensure that all students who sat for their 2021 Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education have reported to various Secondary Schools within the country. Currently, the Education Cabinet secretary is conducting a mop up exercise whereby he is visiting families of students who have not joined form one due to cases of poverty.
Touring at Merishaw academy in Kajiado county, while conducting the form one mop up exercise, the Education Cabinet secretary professor George Magoha noted that he is going to investigate various private schools which will be set aside to hold students in junior secondary.
This is good news private schools which have enough and well built structures such a classrooms since they will get priority to admit students in junior secondary. The Education Cabinet secretary is portraying efforts to make the Competency Based Curriculum lively. Otherwise, we wish him the best as he is working to attain his objectives.
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