The government has spent billions of shillings to build new junior secondary school classrooms around the country. Thousands of teachers in both elementary and secondary schools have also been trained to manage the new educational system.
According to the source, new information about CBC has recently emerged. According to the most recent information circulating on various social media sites, President William Ruto has confirmed that he will announce the next steps regarding CBC soon. He further stated that after passing the KPSEA exams, all pupils will advance to the next level. Furthermore, he did not specify whether grade six children will transfer to junior secondary schools or remain in primary schools following the tests.
This is fantastic news for all Kenyans, particularly parents of grade 6 candidates, because President William Ruto has reaffirmed that his government is working extra hard to ensure that the transfer to the next level is completed.
This comes after some Kenyans have expressed concern about where grade six students will go after taking the KPSEA. Do you truly believe in the CBC?
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