The ministry of education led by the education cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Muchogu has announced the specific date that the junior secondary schools (JSS) will report.
The learners will be expected to join their respective JSS on 30th January as announced by the ministry of education. They are expected to report back to their primary school for further arrangements by teachers.
This is the first time since the introduction of the Competent Based Curriculum (CBC) come into action. This was introduced by the outgoing education cabinet Secretary George Magoha in the stewardship of the former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
This date has been confirmed by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) which is set to avail all that the pupil requires before joining the next level of education.
Parents are expected to accept all these changes and embrace this system as it is for the smooth delivery of services. Even though they had not agreed before, the president through his committee changed some confusing parts of this system to suit the interest of learners, teachers, parents, and the government.
From this date, the learners are expected to stay for a period not longer than three years before joining secondary schools of their choice in fulfillment of the government's need for a full transition.
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