A fewer than the best of years ago, the country adopted a competency-based curriculum. Furthermore, the government has spent billions of shillings on new classroom construction and the purchase of teaching and learning resources. Furthermore, CBC pioneers in grade six are expected to take their final exams before enrolling in junior secondary schools.
According to a source, the Ministry of Education has broken the silence and sent a strong message to all of the country's principals. According to a report published this morning in the Daily Nation Newspaper, the Ministry has warned all school principals against asking parents to pay for lunch. During exams, no students will be sent home to collect their lunch fees.
Furthermore, the ministry has confirmed that all students will sit for the exam.It has left more people talking across the country. It keeps trending. Do you think the government is going to pay for its lunch? Share your opinion with us. We are the best platform in the country.
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