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Government Cautions Schools from Conducting Tuitions During Holidays

The government of Kenya has broken its quiet and issued a stern warning to all elementary and secondary schools across the country, which are spread out in a variety of different local and regional destinations.

During the current end of term one school holiday in Kenya, the national government has issued a decree that all primary and secondary schools must enforce a tuition prohibition.

The government of Kenya has requested that all schools in the various levels of education listed above grant permission for students to spend the current school break with their families so they can make the most of the opportunity.

As a violation of the Ministry of Education Directive, the government issued a warning to all schools advising them not to detain students as hostages during the school holidays under the pretext that they are engaged in completing tuition courses.

According to Julius Jwan, the Principal Secretary for Early Learning and Basic Education at the Ministry of Education, the purpose of school vacations is to provide students a chance to bond with their families as well as to give them a chance to recharge their mental batteries.

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Julius Jwan Kenya Ministry of Ministry of Education


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