Junior secondary school learners opened the school a month ago. About 1.2 million learners were expected to join grade seven after KPSEA examinations. The Ministry of Education assured parents that all Grade 6 learners were to transit to Junior secondary schools. Worryingly there were fears that the government wasn't prepared to handle the transition of learners from primary to Junior secondary schools.
Approximately 1268833 grade 6 learners who sat their Kenya Primary Schools Education Assessment joined Junior Secondary Schools across the country.
According to report shared by Cabinet Secretary of Education, Ezekiel Machogu, several students are yet to to their respective Junior Secondary Schools across the country. Addressing the National Assembly Education Committee on Thursday, the Cabinet Secretary revealed that about 55000 learners have not reported. Impressively, he affirmed that the government has ordered all the Chiefs and Subchiefs to look for those learners. A report that has impressive many people across the country.
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