Parents, teachers, and students are airing different views concerning the outcome of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results that were released yesterday by Cs Machogu. However, it is a moment of disappointment by one of the headteachers after his son scored 334 marks while the leading student scored 365 marks. He revealed that he is very disappointed simply because his son might miss his favorite school despite working very hard.
"I am also a parent in this school. My son who had selected Maranda for his high school education had gotten 334 marks. I don't know how to share this news with him,” Wanyama said.
Moreover, he shifted the blame to the ministry of education for subsidizing the results and it denied his son to join his favorite school. He alleges that he will take action against to results because he is disappointed with the results.
"We want to make an appeal. These are not the results of this school,” the headteacher said.
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