The Kenya union of post primary education teachers KUPPET secretary general of Mr Akello Misori while talking to teachers today ,Mr Akello Misori argued that they need to do away with all the boarding schools because he thinks that boarding schools add no commentable value.
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The chairman of Kenya union of post primary teachers also added that many students end up being misused and their discipline deteriorate largely because they do not spend much of their important time with their parents or guardians this is since they are in school most times .
Mr Akello Misori claims that students who are learning in day schools are the most disciplined students as compared to those in boarding schools. The reason for this is because they are highly taught many lessons concerning discipline by their parents and guardians when they come back home from school during the evening.
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On top of that KUPPET secretary also claimed that several students in boarding schools end up spending much of their parents money and their performance is not good as compared to those students who are in day schools.
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