CBC was introduced in the country some few years ago. Further, the pioneers of CBC are being expected to join junior secondary schools this year after sitting for their KPSEA exams. Further, the ministry of education, led by CS Ezekiel Machogu, has confirmed that the results of the KPSEA exams will be announced this month before schools reopen. Also, the government has used billions of dollars to prepare teaching and learning materials and train teachers.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about what will happen to all CBC students. As per the latest updates shared by a well-known source this morning, it has been revealed that all students who will join junior secondary schools will be given free text books. Further, it has been announced that all schools will be reopened on the 23rd of this month after a long holiday. The KICD chief executive officer, Officer Charles, has also promised that all students joining junior high schools will get free books from the government.
This is a huge relief to parents and students because there was confusion about the opening date. Recently, some news was circulating on social media that the opening dates would be postponed to two months, causing tension in the country and also leaving parents confused. These are good news to parents and students because they still have a few weeks before returning to school after a long holiday.
So it is clear that all students, including junior high school students, will go back to school on January 23 of this month. Share this information with all parents.
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