The education sector has been in the limelight for the last few days for all the wrong reasons so to say as incidents of indiscipline among students has been on an alarming rise in various parts of the country.
Apart from incidents of indiscipline and burning of school property, other schools like Buruburu Girls High School have had to endure Challenges like fire outbreaks in what appears to be a very tight academic calendar, where teachers are rushing to cover for the lost time.
And now, the Ministry of education under Prof George Magoha has finally come out to give learners a breather in the next two weeks or so by announcing half term breaks for all learners in primary and secondary Schools in Kenya.
The permanent secretary in the state department of basic education Dr Julius Jwan says that schools will break for a couple of days and resume their operations on 23rd November, giving a timely break for learners.
"All primary and secondary school learners to break for mid-term on Friday, Nov. 29 and resume on Tuesday, Nov. 23, Education PS Julius Jwan says," KTN Journalist Ali Manzu reported.
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