Fate of teachers in KCSE examinations Malpractice now lies with the TSC, Girl flinches out of school where she was held over fee balance among the education news in the headlines this morning.1.Girl Flinches Out of School Where She Was held over Fee Arrears Mirriam Omanga, an 18-year old KCSE student at St Georges Grassland Girls High School in Nakuru had to sneak from school after the school principal allegedly refused to release her over Ksh9,000 fees arrears.
The Kenya National Examinations council is currently spearheading a marking excercise for Kenya certificate of secondary education exams.The final technical exam papers were done yesterday paving way for marking.Given that KNEC doesn't have own staff, it relies on teachers employed by TSC to assist in marking as contracted Professionals.
Photo: KNUT secretary general Wilson Sossion Citizen Radio held an interview with the Kenya National Union Teachers secretary general Wilson Sossion concerning the national exams and the re-opening of schools.Sossion appreciated the good work that the ministry of education is doing to ensure that Kenyans have access to quality standards.
A number of teachers were stuck in Nakuru today after missing a vehicle that could ferry them to Nairobi for KCSE examination marking.The teachers who were about three hundred in number said that it was difficult for them to secure a public service vehicle that would take them to the examination marking centre.
The 27 teachers alleged to have been involved in exam cheating have been interdicted by the Teachers Service Commission, TSC.The 27 teachers were manning the KCSE examinations in various centres.The accused teachers are alleged to have aided candidates in cheating in the just concluded KCSE examination.
Attaining a certificate of higher qualification is today highly valued in Kenya.During the job applications,the youths have ended up attaching certificates that even the employer may fear due to the quality or possibly a highest qualification as compared to what is required.Recently,the government ordered the closure of the learning institutions.The third wave of Covid 19 virus has proved to be more fatal than the previous ones.The learning institutions have been regarded as potential places where the virus can rapidly spread due to the congestion in the institutions.
The Kenya National examination Council KNEC is a body mandated to set, manage, mark and release exams in the country.It's entitled to do everything to ensure KCSE and KCPE are perfectly done.The body has been using teachers to supervise and invigilate exams country wide.
The no-nonsense and tough Cabinet Secretary of Education Prof George Magoha (pictured) has cautioned stakeholders that there will be dire consequences of using devious means to acquire admissions in schools.Speaking in a press briefing, he said that every child is entitled to go to a better school regardless of where he comes from either in the slums or posh estates.
Kenyans have reacted after the education cabinet secretary professor George Magoha decleared the exact date of releasing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results.Speaking Today Wednesday at Nairobi school where he went to oversaw the completion of KCSE exam, CS Magoha said that the process of marking the exams will go on smoothly and shall be completed in time.
Corona virus pandemic has caused alot of trouamer in the country.All the sectors of the economy were affected by this pandemic.Kenya certificate of secondary education examinations this year was successfully conducted.Today was the last day for the administration of the examination.In today's media address, Cabinet secretary of education professor George magoha Said that the number of examination irregularities this year reduced as compared to the previous year.
Final year Students at Mount Kenya University walked out of the exam room on Wednesday protesting over what they called tough questions in the test.In a video that has gone viral on social media the students are seen shouting and yelling as they complain over the issue A student who filmed the protest is heard saying he was prepared to write but could not comprehend the question in the examination.
Students from Mount Kenya University staged a walkout from an exam test on Wednesday after complaining that it was too difficult.The institution has been engaging online classes and has been pushing for online classes as well.The reality of the matter has triggered uproar reactions among the students from the procurement following a post sent to WhatsApp group.
Today marked the last day of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams for the year 2020 that started last month March .Due to emergence of global pandemic covid 19 a lot of disruptions were caused in across all the sectors of Government .This led to changes in education calendar that saw the last year's national exams to be conducted this year.
After a thorough preparation and vigorous revision for the past four years,today 21 April marked the end of Kenya Certificate for Secondary Examination (KCSE) 2021.The examination has been running for over 20 days,commencing shortly right after KCPE examination was completed.Speaking during the press conference immediately after the last exam was completed, Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magokha lauded the KSCE candidates for their discipline and general good conduct during the entire examination period.
George Magoha Today Announced The Day KCSE Results 2021 Will Be Released. Today was the last day KCSE 2021 exams was administered.Today Education CS George Magoha addressed the Nation to mark the End of KCSE 2021 Examination.George Magoha said the exams marking will start immediately from today.
Cabinet secretary professor Magoha Today had a very important messages to candidates who did or are on with kenya certificate of secondary education exams that exam will be released before 10th of may this year which call upon also teachers who are marking to hurry up and ensure that results are out before the said date.
The Kenya certificate of secondary examination came to an end yesterday and the marking excercise will begin tomorrow at different marking centers in Nairobi.Examiners who were coming out of the locked counties have been facilitated to travel to Nairobi for the excercise.The cabinet secretary for education professor George Magoha has Announced that the kenya national Examination council will release the results in three weeks time, that is before date 10 of may.
On Wednesday 21, the education CS Professor George Magogha, launched the marking of the 2020 KCSE examination papers just after the last paper was done.During a presser at Nairobi School, he assured the public that the exercise will be a meticulous process that will be handled by very fine and experienced examiners.
KCSE examinations results to be released on 10th may.Despite the country battling with covid-19 pandemic, Education ministry has tried as much to put everything in place.Kenya National examinations council ( KNEC) has also been on top make sure that the kenya certificate of primary education ( KCPE) and kenya certificate of secondary education (KCSE) examinations have been done on time and results given to the students on time.
Today, some students from Mount Kenya University, in Thika town took to the streets to protest over tough exams.In a viral video that was circulating online, the students called upon the university administration to caution the lecturers who set exams above the students' standards.