In the speech given by the Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha on seventh of October 2021,it entailed how the increasing of classrooms will reduce the high population that is experienced in schools according to the transition policy which was introduced three years ago.
He said that the aim of constructing these extra classrooms is to improve school infrastructure. Approximately the twenty thousand and forty-four classrooms are to be constructed in a range of four months,that is,between December and April 2022. The cabinet secretary also did to appreciate what the Constituency Development Fund has done.
For any teaching firm that will need extra capital for infrastructure is required to apply for grants. “Needs assessment and quality assessment recommendations by officials forms a basis for such grants,” said the CS.
Prof Magoha also said the government will continue supplying desks and chairs to secondary schools.
“The distribution of 622,357 desks, lockers and chairs are to be supplied to public primary and secondary schools under the economic stimulus programme was a success, and we plan to continue,” said the cabinet secretary.
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