It is now worrying and sickening how High School students have continued torching their dormitories even after the CS education David Magoha fixed a midterm break for them in the tight school calendar.
Following the increased cases of student misbehavior in schools, the Cabinet Secretary of Education Professor George Magoha, and his Interior counterpart, Fred Matioang'i have proposed a new way to curb such cases among students in all schools in Kenya.
"We must discipline our children and emphasize things that will lead to a better future and society," said Matiang'i. He added that for the students to be successful in life, they have to learn through their teachers who have the moral authority to teach them.
CS Magoha reiterated the same there is a need to re-introduce controlled caning in schools and a possible abolition of boarding schools which is still under discussion by education stakeholders.
Please remember to advise your children, dear parents.
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