Cabinet secretary for Education Prof. George Magoha while launching the selection results and placement for Form one entries on Tuesday [Today] at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development [KICD] in Nairobi expressed his disatisfaction over what he considers as carelessness of school's head teachers after it was revealed that several pupils of a western School applied for the same secondary school.
According to the renown CS, School head teachers are to blame for failing to give guidance to their children during the school selection process. Magoha went ahead to reveal that this lack of guidance resulted in many students failing to secure their positions in their schools of choice. Magoha termed the act as one full of Carelessness.
During the launch, CS Magoha revealed that learners who wishing to know about their respective schools admitted to should do so through a Short Message Sending Service  with the Message being their Index Numbers.
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