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The Latest Report Reveals "Hidden Reason" Why KNEC Examiners were Striking Alongside Poor Payments.

The latest report from a reputable source indicates that teachers who were marking 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) were force to vacate marking centre after complaining about the tough conditions they were going through.

In Kenya, the Kenya national examination council (KNEC) is the examination body which is charged with the mandate of managing exams for primary, secondary schools and colleges in the country.

The Kenya national examination council (KNEC) do not have it's own personnel to help them administer and mark the Exams. The body normally contract teachers employed by teachers service commission to assist.

The latest report reveals the main reason why the CRE examiners staged work boycott during the marking exercise.

The report further reveals that teacher's lament that they are made to mark a paper and go through it again and again and therefore spending over five minutes in one single paper. They argue that this is demoralizing because it is not the first time they are going for marking.

They also complained about the difference in payment as report reveals that Teacher's who were marking CRE papers were being paid KSH 55 per paper whereas their counterparts who mark kiswahili papers earn KSH 78 per script.

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