The teachers are back in schools.They are rushing to clear the syllabus within the remaining weeks.This time,the teachers will take a total of 30 weeks in schools instead of 39 because of the adverse effects of Covid-19 pandemic.They have to do a lot to avoid being left out as far as completing the syllabus is concerned.
Justice Antony Mrima of Nairobi high court on Monday 8tg 2021 ordered The Kenya National Examination Council to pay a student of University of Nairobi Kshs 2 million. This comes after the student by the name Wesley Ndawida petitioned the court to compel KNEC for the damages to change his name on his academic certificates.
PLO Lumumba took to Facebook to express his dismay over the KCSE exams leakage.He noted that, unlike other countries Kenyan exams have always been marred by ruckus, commotions and all sorts of kerfuffles.
The Kenya national Examination last year examined class eight and grade four learners with a view to ascertaining their readiness to continue learning after a long holiday. The learners who reported to school in October are now doing their third term having completed their Second that ended on December 23rd. Kenya national Examination council in collaboration with global Education patnership(GEP) funded the testing excercise where-by teachers were supposed to download the exam, administor, mark and upload the
Tension at Kenya National Examination Council as a plane confirmed to be carrying Kenya Certificate of Primary Education crashed killing the pilot and co-Pilot at Kofia mbaya, Marsabit county.