5 Major Changes Education Task Force Have Recommended on The Current CBC Learning System.
The Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms made recommendations to the current Competency Based Curriculum. During a stakeholders meeting, the working party firstly, recommended for the scrapping of secondary schools categorisation. Their proposal, they want national, extra county, county and sub-county schools to be discontinued.
Kenyans Told Criteria That Will be Used to Transition Learners From JSS to Senior Secondary Schools
Kenyans have been told criteria that will be used to transition learners from Junior Secondary to Senior secondary schools. According to the report shared by the Presidential Working Party on Education, to determine which learners will proceed to regular day schools and who will be admitted to centres of excellence, taskforce has recommended the introduction of comparative scores to gauge which candidates are suitable for which type of institution.
Presidential Working Party Proposes Education Reforms to Scrap National Schools Categorization
Photo: Courtesy The Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms has called on President William Ruto to eliminate the categorization of secondary schools in a bid to enhance the implementation of the Competency-Based Curriculum. Led by Raphael Munavu, the task force submitted its proposal on Wednesday, urging the President to abandon the classification of schools as national, extra county, county, and sub-county institutions.
Documents 2023 First Year Students Will Need Inorder To Apply For HELB Loan
Kenya is a country that has much regard to matters education, there are three major levels of education in Kenya, the primary level, the secondary level and finally the higher institutions of learning including the colleges and universities which are the highest institutions of learning in the country.
Deadline 2022 KCSE Candidates Should Take Note Of and How To Receive Their KUCCPS Placement Results
Kenya is a country that has attached much importance to the education sector, there are three major levels of education in Kenya starting from the primary level, secondary svhools level and finally to the higher institutions of learning where universities are the highest institutions of learning. The Kenya universities and colleges central placement service (KUCCPS) allows learners who have sat for the Kenya certificate of secondary education exams to apply for different courses in institutions of their own choice.
Knec Announces Dates For Grades 3 To 7 CBC Assessment
Journal Report: Implementation of Performance-Based Assessments in Kenyan Schools. In recent news, the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has announced the dates for the Performance-Based assessments for students in grades 3 to 7 of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC). These assessments are an integral part of the CBC system, providing a comprehensive evaluation of students' abilities and skills.
The government issues a major update on CBC learning materials
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has reaffirmed its commitment to closely monitor the progress of learners through formative assessments. In a recent announcement posted on their official website, KNEC informed the education community that the Grade 3 Integrated Learning Assessment (ILA) has been made available on the Competency-Based Assessment (CBA) portal.
Education: KNEC Sends Warning To All Primary School Heads Over CBA Website
Title: Concerns Over Grade 3 National Assessment Registration in Kenya. In recent news, the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has expressed concern over the registration of Grade 3 students for the national assessment in 2023. According to the Kenya Early Year Assessment (KEYA), a significant majority of elementary schools, approximately 70%, have yet to register their students for the assessment.
JUST IN: CBC on Watch After KNEC Issues The Following Message to all Kenyans
Photo courtesy of the Education Ministry of Kenya Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu addressing Kenyan citizens. Combitency-Based Curriculum (CBC) is currently under close observation by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), which is one of the key government agencies responsible for overseeing the education sector.
KNEC Releases 2023 Grade 3 National Assessments
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has recently released important information regarding the Grade 3 National Assessments for the year 2023.The assessments, which are part of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC), aim to evaluate the students' progress and understanding of the Integrated Learning Areas (ILA).
Good News To Kenyans As The Government Announces The Following.
Parents and students are ecstatic following President William Ruto's announcement that all educational obstacles have been removed and that every student in Kenya would now pursue the highest level of education. According to Ruto, the government is making use of every available tool to make education in Kenya affordable, accessible, and open to all.
JUST IN; CS Transport Kipchumba Murkomen Quitely Flies Out of Kenya, Spotted Abroad(Photos)
Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen quitely flew out of the country and has been spotted in a foreign country while in a high level meeting. According to the information shared by the CS, he flew out to represent Kenya in the High Level Safer Skies forum 2023 held in Rotterdam Netherlands on the Invitation of the Host Minister of Netherlands- Infrastructure and water management.
Warning to primary school headteachers from Knec
The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) is concerned that the majority of primary schools have not yet registered Grade 3 students for the national examination in 2023. At least 70% of elementary schools have not registered their kids, according to the Kenya Early Year Assessment (KEYA).
KNEC Announces Dates For Grades 3 to 7 CBC Assessment
The Ministry of Education (MoE) has issued a circular notifying educators and guardians that examination materials for grades 3, 4, and 5 are now available on the online portal. The circular, dated April 21, states that grade 3 exam materials can be downloaded from the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) website starting from June 5, 2023. Headteachers have until August 11, 2023, to download the exam materials, administer the exams, and upload the results to KNEC. This also applies to the Kenya Early Years
Knec Announces Dates For Grades 3 To 7 CBC Assessment
In a recent circular dated April 21, the Ministry of Education (MoE) informed teachers and parents about the availability of examination materials for grades 3, 4, and 5 on the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) portal. This move is part of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) assessment process.
KNEC Continues to Monitor Learner's Progress through Formative Assessments
In line with its commitment to ensuring quality education, the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has taken yet another stride towards monitoring learner progress. The council recently announced the implementation of formative assessments as a means to gauge student performance throughout the academic year. In a circular published on the official KNEC website, it was revealed that the Grade 3 Integrated Learning Assessment (ILA) has been successfully uploaded onto the Competency-Based Assessment (CBA) portal.
Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) Advertises 8 Vacant Positions to be Filled
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has recently announced the availability of eight vacant positions within its organization.The positions are open to qualified, competent, and motivated individuals who are interested in contributing to the development and enhancement of the education system in Kenya. This journal report provides an overview of the vacancies advertised by KNEC and highlights the potential impact of these positions on the council's operations.
So Sad: Authorities Reveal What Was Mixed in The Porridge That Has Claimed The Lives of 15 People
Tragically, in Namibia, fifteen members of the same family died after eating porridge thought to be tainted with poisonous chemicals. The authorities believe the oatmeal got hazardous after being exposed to homemade beer sediment. According to the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation, a number of patients at the hospital are still in severe condition despite receiving care.
CS Ezekiel Machogu Addresses Concerns About KCPE, And KCSE Conveyed By Parents And Teachers
Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has addressed concerns conveyed by various stakeholders regarding the upcoming national examinations. In a bid to allay fears over the unpredictable weather changes, the Education CS wrote a letter to his Environment counterpart, Soipan Tuya and requested an advisory during the examination period.
KNEC Announces Set Dates for Grades 3 to 7 CBC Assessment
The current education curriculum is a digitally centered system, and many assessments constantly involve an online approach in both examination and grading. The Ministry of Education (MoE) has issued a notice informing instructors and caretakers that assessment materials for Grades 3, 4, and 5 are currently accessible on the internet platform.