Because school are going to open today for term 3 there's a chance that there will be traffic jam on our roads.The government has ordered all students reporting to school to be tested for drugs and pregnancy.The government has warned students who will burn schools will not be allowed to sat for there examination. Maranda high school is going to open today for term 3 after they razed down there school.The school management committee passed out that every student was expected to pay ksh 5567 so as to be allowed back.The cabinet secretary for Education George magoha has encouraged those schools which did not razed down their schools. The government has given out money for schools which will be used for the next two terms as expected by the end of the year academic.The government of Kenya should consider allowing canning in schools so as to reduce the high cases of indispline in schools. What's your response towards the article?Remember to share your views.
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