Secretary of Education George Maehaa has ordered private schools to build new classrooms in preparation for students moving up from sixth grade to junior high school in the coming school year (2023–2024).
At the Mombasa Private Schools Association's annual meeting, the S explained why the Ministry of Education had changed its mind about the anticipated transition.
We have said that junior secondary schools should be housed in secondary schools, but we have backed down due to circumstances in the private sector, as stated by Rof Magoha.
According to the U.S., even as January draws near, this approach is mutually beneficial.
S. Magoha assured Kenyans that the Ministry of Education is prepared to ensure that all 1.28 million pupils in Grade 6 successfully transition to the next level with few or no obstacles.
He also brought to light the fact that ministry officials were taking bribes from private school owners in order to register them, urging school administrations to make the necessary changes in order to meet B.S. standards.
Magoha ordered officials to check private schools to make sure they meet government standards.
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