George Magoha declared the Kenya Endorsement of Essential Instruction (KCPE) results that was done in Spring this year.The outcomes were reported at Mtihani House that is found in Nairobi.Top government administrators and government employees went to the delivery function among them Instructors Administration Commission (TSC) supervisor Dr. Nancy Macharia and Training Council executive Hon.
Last year's Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination ended on Wednesday, 21st of April.However, Cheptuiyet Girls High School has since barred students with fee arrears from going to their respective homes.Reportedly, students whose fees had been cleared were allowed to travel to their homes.
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.
On 15 April 2021, Education Cabinet Secretary, Prof George Magoha announced the 2020 K. C. P. E results.He said that 1,179,192 candidates sat for the K. C. P. E national examination and 8,091 candidates scored at least 400 marks of possible 500 marks.282,090 candidates scored 300-399 marks and 589,027 candidates scored 200-299 marks.
As seen by the recent Covid 19 updates, schools might remained close up to further notice or for quite some time, as the government in conjunction with the ministry of health awaits for the accurate results on the decrease of Covid 19 positivity rate.This is because, however much the recent updates show decrease in the positivity rates, this might not be the case as many complains are arising on the lack of enough testing kits in most counties, as testified by the county governors.
Last week on Thursday, Prof. George Magoha announced the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results that was done in March this year.The results were announced at Mtihani House that is found in Nairobi.Top government lawmakers and civil servants attended the release ceremony among them Teachers Service Commission (TSC) boss Dr. Nancy Macharia and Education Committee chairperson Hon.
National Schools Don't Have 40,000 Spaces, Furious Magoha Lectures Journalists On Form One Selection
After the release of Kenya certificate of primary education results, Ministry of Education together with Kenya national examination Council are now in the process of putting in place measures that will ensure all those who did the exam are placed in a secondary schools, This is in an effort to ensure hundred percent transition to form one come July 2021 .
The third wave of the corona virus pandemic has brought along with itself even much detrimental effects as compared to the second wave.People across the world have learnt to take precautions in order to stop the spread of the deadly disease.The government should hire more teachers so that they can divide classes into even much smaller groups for social distancing, which is one of the ways of preventing the quick spreading of the Corona virus.
University & College Students Should Study Online As Primary & Secondary Schools Resume Face-To-Tace Learning [Opinion]
Good morning from wherever you are?Despite the flaws of life, we have been able to push forward.Our determination to alleviate the pandemic of Covid 19 must not fade as we work together towards achieving the best for our country.Positive cases of Covid 19 were hardly recorded in schools before learning activities were ceased by the president but that's not a clue that they cannot be infected.
The president of Kenya Rt Hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta on 26th March temporary closed all the face to face learning in Universities and Colleges.The Cabinet Secretary of Education Rt.Hon George Magoha has on the media talked about Schools reopening on May 10th.In my opinion Universities and colleges should Reopen together with Primary and Secondary School due to the following reasons.
It has been almost one month after schools were closed including colleges and universities.In recent days the positivity rate of Covid-19 has begun decreasing and that is a good sign that Covid-19 infections are reducing.Prof. George Magoha announced earlier this month that schools shall re-open on 10th May.
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.
According to WHO reports, reopening of the economy should come when the COVID-19 positivity rate falls below 4%.Currently it stands above 10%.This makes it unsafe for learners to be in school.However, Education CS Prof George Magoha had earlier asked parents to be prepared for reopening of schools on 10th of May.
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.
KCSE examination came to an end today Wednesday 21April.The last paper was Art and Design practical which is an elective subject.The education CS George Magoha addressed the nation to update Kenyans on how the exam was done and launch the beginning of marking.He said that experienced examiners will mark the papers and marking will be done in 34 centres.
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.
The CS of education professor George Magoha addressed the nation over the completion of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination today.He updated the nation of how the examinations were done and the legal action taken against the students who engaged in examination malpractices.He said those who tried to cheat in exams were very bold but the ministry was way ahead of them.
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.
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.