Teachers and learners are expected back from Schools on 23rd December for a one week holiday break. They will again get back on January 3rd 2022. The ministry of education scheduled that national examinations will start from 7/03/2022 to 10/03/2022, for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education.
Following the recent news from the Kenya National Examinations Council, the body is likely to change the examination dates. According to the Kenya Examinations Secondary School Association,(KESSHA) chairman Kahi Indimuli the examinations should be postponed to ease school unrest.
The KESSHA chairman Kahi Indimuli said that the long period learners stayed at home has affected their readiness to sit for examinations. Therefore, Kahi Indimuli supported the postponement of National Examinations for two months as a means of curbing unrest challenges in the education sector.
Postponement of National Examinations appears sad news to the ministry of education as it had set itself to complete the syllabus in time. Postponement of the National Examinations will lead to disruption of the academic calendar.
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