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UNESCO Delivers Bad News to Kenyan Schools, Predicts What Will Happen By 2030

Photo courtesy of Education CS Prof. George Magoha.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization whose headquaters are in Paris has delivered bad news to kenyan schools after alleging the heinous occurrence that will hit kenyan Secondary schools by the year 2030.

According to a report submitted by the stated world organization whose thematical topic is "progress made by various nations towards the achievement a sustainable Development Goal 4", Kenyan secondary schools will reportedly experience a severe hemorrhage of students by the year 2030.

UNESCO report articulates that close to 35 per cent students in secondary schools in Kenya will not complete the upper secondary education by the stated timeline.

However, Ministry of Education Cabinet Secretary, Prof George Magoha has underscored that the government has instituted stern measures to ensure that learners remain in school throughout their course of learning. He cited the introduction of the imminent Elimu fund and feeding programmed in the schools as some of the measures.

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