The following students and parents receive bad news as the ministry of education sends another important message again. The ministry of education is at the forefront to ensure that Kenya education is excelling internationally as a result the ministry of education has put measures to ensure that the education system is very competitive with other countries globally.
However these student receive bad news as the ministry of education sends another important message again. Unlike the previous year, students managed to perform well in 2022 KCSE National Exams, actually they moved from 145,000 students who qualified for the university entry ( C+ and above) to 173,345 students who scored C+ and above and got the university entry. Thousands of the students who joined the university the year 2022 may miss State funding, in the shock proposal that will see the current automatically allocation for everyone who meets the C+ entry cut off, replaced with a stringent vetting process as higher education talks concludes. This sounds as bad news especially to the students who are going to join various universities in this country.
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