The discussion on whether boarding schools should be abolished in Kenya has taken another interesting twist as the Cabinet Secretary for Education says that he is a bit confused about what should happen to boarding schools. He had earlier claimed that boarding schools might be abolished due to the increasing rate of indiscipline cases among students in different boarding schools.
Parents all over the country are expecting their children back at home in one week time following the ministry of education directives. However, for Buruburu girls, parents are being expected to take their children back to schools on Wednesday next week. [Photo Courtesy] According to Radio Citizen, the Board of Management of Buruburu girls sat down on Thursday and discussed how the student will resume their activities in school.
The Cabinet Secretary for Education, Dr George Magokha has hinted a possibility of normal schools resumption as scheduled.The schools came to a sudden halt due to upsurge of Civic-19 numbers in late March.Most primary and secondary schools had already closed.It was only the university and collage students who were in the mid session.
The CBC system & curriculum of education has led to changes in the ministry of education, recently, the Grade four just did their KNEC examinations & thereby are ready to join in various Junior secondary schools in the country, they have to proceed to the next level of education.
Hello teachers, did you attain C+ and undergone training? This is great news for you. George Magokha who is currently minister of education together with Nancy Macharia who is his secretary. Have sent message to all teachers where by they are planning to employe teachers who have undergone training in various colleges.
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination marking exercise has faced several challenges because of the mismanagement and lack of proper organization of the Kenya national examination council.KNEC is a very crucial body when it comes to administering of examinations.However, the latest information from several examiners proves that the examination body officials are in deep slumber!
Teachers Service Commission is the only body that is mandated for hiring and deployment of teachers. The Commission is headed by Dr. Nancy Macharia who is the Chief Executive Officer. The government through the ministry of education that is headed by Prof. George Magokha opened the schools on Monday after a long closure that came as a result of the country reporting the positive cases of Covid-19. The government partially reopened the schools in October last year for grade 4, class 8 and form 4 students. The
Education Cs Dr. George Magokha is expected to release the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education results today 10th of May, 2021.This news has brought anxiety among the many candidates who sat for this year's K.C.S.E exams.Both the candidates and parents are now eager to see the outcome of the results done in the middle of the pandemic.
A boy in Bungama county is seeking for Magokha help after being selected to join Naromoro girls secondary. The boy by the Name Spencer Wangila had scored 370 Mark's in his Match KCPE examination and he was opting to join a better school but all his dream are now shuttered by the form selection board.
Education Cs Dr. George Magokha is expected to release the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education results today 10th of May, 2021.Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, morals, beliefs, and habits.Educational methods include teaching and training.
The Ford Kenya Secretary General in Transnzoia County Hon Joseph Pepela has martialed support to the Kiminini legislature Dr Chris Wamalwa 2022 gubernatorial bid in Transnzoia county. He expressed confidence that Transnzoia needs a visionary leader who understands the challenges faced by the residents. The Saboti people's MP Joseph Pepela is certain that Dr Chris Wamalwa will be the next Transnzoia county Governor under Ford Kenya and is currently enjoying great support from across the county.
Two students from buruburu girls high school has set to be a reigned of fire incident at school that occurred last Saturday leading injury of students in hospital.The two are accused of planning and burning one of the cubicles on the 31st of october before running and leaving their colleagues dead.The scam as even as parents of the school complained over a directive issue by the school administration requiring them to pay 1500 to cater for the distraction cost by the parents..
The CS for Education,George Magokha has had a difficult time in ensuring that the education sector is working out well, it has been a tough time since the Covid19 affected the country & thereby all education institution were closed down,this has affected a number of students leading to drop outs, pregnancies, strikes in schools among other effects.
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.
Speaking at Joseph Kangethe primary school on monday, the CS education professor George Magokha announced the postponement of the form one selection exercise for reasons that he did not communicate.The selection of the students was supposed to be done on 28 of may 2021 has now been postponed to the 15 of june 2021.
The issues of students burning school properties have raised a lot of questions of who to be blamed or held responsible. Today, the C's of Education Prof Goerge Magokha mentioned or rather outlined those who will be held accountable and responsible on the issue of student unrest in schools. Following the issue of mass destruction of school properties by fire in all public schools, the Education secretary Prof George Magokha said that school principles and those teachers on duty will be the one to be held responsible
Kenya is a civilized country with having fundamental rights and freedoms that guide the citizens. Education is one of the basic needs a Kenyan child should be entitled to for the betterment of tommorow. The government through the ministry of education that is headed by Prof. George Magokha is in the final stages of reopening schools for all learners following the act of the government shutting down all schools when the country reported the first positive Corona case in March this year. The Secretary General
The Cabinet Secretary for Education Prof George Magokha has just released the KCPE results and here are Key highlights from his speech.First and foremost, to get results sms INDEX NO followed by KCPE to 20076.The first three candidates are all from public schools.The top slot was taken by Faith Mumo from Kari Mwailu primary in Makueni with 433 marks.
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education results has officially been presented to President Uhuru Kenyatta by Education Cs Prof. George Magokha at a briefing attended by the head of public services and other education stakeholders.President Kenyatta congratulated the candidates for their good performance despite taking the exam in the middle of a pandemic.