Another bad report is shared by education Experts who are claiming that schools are on bad side of learning as the terms which was set by the ministry of education is too short for students to cover the syllabuses.
According to Experts the students will rush to cover syllabuses and this will lead some not to score well especially slow Learners. It was important for the ministry to add three months effectively, they said.
As all of you know previous years syllabuses were covered for about 9 months but now it will be covered for only six months which will make students not to understand the studies as usual. Kenya schools will break from schoos for a short holiday of 1 weak and then proceeded for second term which will also cover 2 months.
Education Experts added that teachers will not complete the syllabuses at that short period. Dear Kenyans do you think the syllabuses will be completed at that short period, let me know below.
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