The ministry of education has directed school principals to perform the following again, which brings joy to parents and pupils. This comes after a number of form one students failed to report to the schools where they were assigned by the ministry of education. The ministry has been implementing several strategies to ensure that all form one students report to school. This is due to the shorter academic year and the financial difficulties that the parents are experiencing.
However, the ministry of education has directed school principals to do the following, which brings joy to parents and kids. CS Prof George Magoha has traced five pupils and taken them to their respective schools while heading a student operation clean up in Kiatundu Slums, Kiambu County. Due to a shortage of school fees, the majority of kids are trapped at home, according to CS Prof George Magoha, who told school principals that no school should refuse a child the right to study. This is great news for parents and students all throughout the country.
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