The Kenya National Examinations councils (KNEC) has now suffered a big blow over CBC as the ministry of education withdraws the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE) in Grade 6. The Ministry Of Education is currently working hard to see that there will be enough classrooms to accommodate the junior secondary students by 2023, equally the Teachers Service Commission is fully committed to ensure that teachers who will handle the Junior Secondary School students will be enough.
With this regard the Kenya National Examinations Councils (KNEC) has now suffered a big blow over CBC as the Ministry Of Education withdraws the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE). According to the reliable sources, the Grade 6 learners are not going to sit for the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE) as Class Eight learners in 8-4-4 Education system do. Instead the Grade 6 learners are going to be given the transition report, which will show on how they have been performing in the primary schools. Therefore the Grade 6 learners will use the transition report to be admitted in junior secondary schools. This sounds as bad news to the Kenya National Examinations Councils because the KCPE Exams will not be conducted in the Primary schtools.
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