The Education Cabinet Secretary prof George Magoha has called for an Urgent meeting with the Kenyan National Examination Council Stake holder ahead of the examination. KCPE and KCSE candidates have adequately prepared for their final examination that is meant to Sharp their feature, this year is examination will be conducted earlier than usually due to the global pandemic Covid 19 that paralyzed the education sector.
Today the Education Cabinet Secretary CS Magoha has called for the Multi-sectoral meeting on Thursday to spell out the examination measures ahead of KCPE and KCSE examination administration this month. Already the ministry of education has recruited required invigilators and Thursday meeting aims at setting out some measures on how to timely mark the examination and the selection of learners into the high schools before the year ends.
Hence the CS is now expected to release details of the meeting on Thursday on what they might have agreed.
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