The government is doing all it can so that the ongoing exams become successfully completed.Earlier this week,TSC reminded the teachers to observe high integrity.The teachers have indeed tried their best and this has got the attention of TSC that has applauded the teachers for good supervisions of the exams.
KCPE exams began on Monday and ended on Wednesday.There were no technical hitches observed that would bar the administration of these exams.However,the exams were done by some students who were admitted in the hospitals for reasons such as deliveries, accidents and sicknesses.The climax of these tragedies during the exams were however the deaths of some of the candidates who delivered.
After the completion of the KCPE exams,CS Professor George Magoha has confirmed that the markings have began.However, something has caught the attention of the public.The reports of KNEC lifting questions from textbooks and exams that have been done by some schools has surprised many.The speculations have put the credibility of the exams to test.
The teachers union Kuppet has mow locked horns with the ministry of Education over the credibility of these exams.While speaking on KTN TV, Kuppet Secretary General Mr Akelo Misori has said this was meant to give some book sellers undue advantage and at the same time disadvantage some learners.He has said this might have been intentional.In defending KNEC, Education CS Professor Magoha has objected these claims saying that they are not true.
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