The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr. David Njengere has announced that the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment will be ready by 16th January.
The CEO said the results of how pupils performed will be released to each school.
It is said that all the results will be posted on the respective school website which will be accessed by the primary school principal and then passed to the pupils on how they perform.
It is said that these results will be unique one since they will be out of forty as opposed to any other examination results which are always hundred percent. The remaining percentage will be obtained for those who administer learning. They will rate their pupils as per their performance while in class and outside classrooms.
Moreover, the learners will be promoted to the Junior Secondary Schools JSS which is set to be at their respective primary schools. This is according to the ministry of education board agreement to domicile them in their primary school.
Pupils are expected to open the school before the end of this month.
We wish our pupils well as we adopt this new system. May they adopt it with the anticipated performance.
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