The secretary general of Kenya union of post primary education teachers Mr Akello Misori while addressing the teachers today claimed that they need to abolish all boarding schools since he feels that they add no huge value.
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Akello Misori has also claimed that most students end up being wasted and their discipline being poor since they does not have maximum time with their parents this is because most times they are in school.
He claims that students who are in day schools most of them are highly disciplined as compared to those in boarding since they are highly supervised by their parents when they come back home during the evening.
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The KUPPET secretary also feels that most students in boarding end up consuming huge money and their performance is not high as those who are in day schools.Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section.
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