The Ministry of Education this afternoon confirmed sending 14.35 billion shillings to public primary schools under the Free Basic Education Programme, and about 13.19 billion shillings for Free Day Secondary Education (FDSE). The ministry has also sent 1.17 billion shillings for Free Primary Education (FPE). This is a good move by the Education Ministry though some netizens think that the government ought to have disbursed the funds long ago to enable schools to set necessary arrangements ahead of reopening.
The Ministry of Education is on toes to see students get back into the classroom following its recent events. One would conclude that indeed schools will reopen on Monday, as stipulated by the Cabinet Secretary for Education, prof. George Magoha. Many Education officials are on the move to inspect learning institutions on adherence to COVID-19 health protocols and guidelines. An inkling of reopening of schools whether you like it or not. Chief Administrative Secretary for Education Zack Kinuthia also paid a
Schools are set to be re-opened on next monday since it was closed on March this year. The school was closed due to this deadly coronavirus virus that its first case in Kenya was reported in March. During their 16th Seminar for KEPSHA, Headteachers has wanted the government to increase the money that are being allocated to every pupil every year. They sayed that the current amount of Ksh 1400 allocated to each student every year is too small as compared to secondary schools student who are allocated Ksh 22000