The 752,891 students who sat for Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education, from date 26th of March 2021,are now about to receive their results.
Students who sat for exam will know their results by mid May before the school reopens from the holiday break. While launching the marking of examination papers, education cabinet secretary professor George Magoha said that,those arrested aiding exam irregularities will face the wrath of the law.The teachers who were arrested helping in the cheating of exams, their names have been forwarded to the Teachers Service Commission for further action.
Not only the teacher but also the outsiders who also were cought in the examination rooms illegally. In a certain school which was not mentioned,27 teachers were arrested,3 university students and 2 business men. They will face the consequences for that mistake.
The cabinet secretary for education did not mention whether the grade would be raised due to leakages of exams this year.
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