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Private Schools Rejects 2022 KCPE Results After Noting Something Unusual in the Score of Mathematics

A few days ago, the cabinet secretary of Education released the results for the primary school students who completed standard eight.

Owners, Parents, and learners of private schools in Kenya are in shock over poor performance by their schools.

They say that the results are far below what they expected and comparing it with the previous year, the results do not reflect the effort they put into the exam.

According to the chair of the Kenya private schools association mr Charles Ochome, there is a consistency of complaints across the country from private schools over the decline in performance.

He says that the ministry of education could be deducting marks from the learners as a way of moderating the results to punish private schools in the country.

The parents now fear that the students will miss the opportunity to join the top schools of their dreams in the country.

Parents say that the students should be given their actual marks to avoid landing them into depression. They questioned why almost half of their students were getting an average of score of 72 and 73 in Mathematics.

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