The Standard media is on the spot following its today's Newspaper Edition.The Standard today published a list of over a hundred schools alleging that they were the top schools in Kenya.However it has emerged that the alleged list by the Standard had several top schools omitted and therefore the list didn't qualify to be called "Kenyas Top 100 Schools" as today's Standard Newspaper headline stated.
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) grading system per subject changes yearly because it relies on the level of performance of students.The subjects grouping and codes used by KNEC are as follows, GROUP I COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Under this category, we have English code 101, Kiswahili code102, Mathematics Alt.
Teachers trained as Kenya National Examinations Council examiners have gone home having not been paid.This is after a strenuous session of marking the exams for a period not less than two weeks.The marking exercise kicked of two weeks ago, after various examiners reported to their various marking centers with ease.
Professor George Albert Omore Magoha is a Kenyan consultant surgeon,academic administrator and technocrat who serves as the cabinet secretary of education in the cabinet of Kenya.Immediately before his current assignment, he was the chairman of the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), from 2016 until 2019.
The ministry of education through the cabinet secretary professor George Magoha in support with other education stakeholders yesterday released the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination Results.From the observation according to the report, generally all candidates performed well.Just one day after the release of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education,the Kenya National Examinations Council has come out to make a very crucial and important announcement on the matters pertaining the KCSE results.Following the current post in their Twitter handle official page,the Kenya National Examinations Council has declared that the school ranking list that has been trending in different social media since yesterday is fake and nobody should believe it.
A number of teachers were stuck in Nakuru today after missing a vehicle that could ferry them to Nairobi for KCSE examination marking.The teachers who were about three hundred in number said that it was difficult for them to secure a public service vehicle that would take them to the examination marking centre.
The 2020 KCSE candidates will soon know their performance in their final secondary school examination as results are expected any time.The exam results will be released by the Ministry of Education.The results comes barely a month after the candidates completed the last examination paper on Wednesday, April 21, 2021.
The long-awaited KCSE 2020 result is expected to be released later today by the education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha after briefing the president on the result.The CS is expected to brief the president at Statehouse, Nairobi before proceeding to Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) center where the result is expected to be officially released.
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has rejected the list of top schools in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results, which were released on Monday, May 11.The examination body stated in a statement that the list of top schools released and widely circulated on social media was false.
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.
The results for 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education candidates is finally out.The results have been released shortly after the President Uhuru Kenyatta received them and congratulated the 2020 KCSE candidates.This is the first KCSE which was done by the candidates in March and April.This came following the disruption of the 2020 academic calendar by the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the Kenya National Examinations Council, a total of 752,933 candidates sat for this year Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Examinations and are waiting for the results that were to be announced this week.Marking of this KCSE started immediately the exams were complitated and 27, 284 markers were involved in the process.
Ruto's candidate at the Juja Parliamentary by-election never sat for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations.Fresh details have surfaced on the matter.Screenshot courtesy of Twitter A letter penned by the Kenya National Examinations Council to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation had revealed that the latter tabled fake documents for nominations by the IEBC.
The contracted teachers who are officiating the ongoing KCSE and the just recently concluded KCPE examinations, are now demanding higher pay for the job.
The proposed Kenya National Examinations Council headquarters has been reported that it's has not yet been completely built and construction inside is still ongoing. The new Mitihani House was proposed to ease the problem of staff housing among the Knec personel but it is very unfortunate that nothing is going on inside their as per the report. It is estimated that it has costed the taxpayer money over kenya shillings 3 billion which is way more than the initial budget of ksh 248.9 million. There must be a factor
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has made the first advice to teachers and schools on how to carry out the assessment of learners, as well as the deadlines to be followed in the process.KNEC boss, Dr. Mercy Karogo affirmed that term 3 assessment will be done exactly two weeks after reopening of schools on 10th May, 2021; "The assessment of 2020 grade three learners shall be administered in third term when the current academic year is ending according to the new post Covid-19 school calendar," The assessment is aimed at improving learning and instruction, facilitating the selection pathways and track in senior secondary, providing feedback to learners and all the stakeholders, identification and nurturing of learners abilities as well as providing an accountability platform for teachers.
The by-election is slated for May 18.The Juja constituency parliamentary position fell vacant following the demise Hon Francis Munyua Waititu alias 'Wakapee'.The legislator succumbed to brain cancer after a long with the terminal illness.The Independent Boundaries and Electoral Commission have scheduled to hold a by-election on May 18th for the constituents to elect a new legislator to represent them in parliament.
The 2020 KCPE candidates received the results of the exams that they sat in March 2021 with mixed reactions. From the analysis made by the Kenya National Examinations Council and announced by the Cabinet Secretary for Education, learners from public schools did well as compared to their counterparts in private institutions. Remarkably, the female candidates dominated the list of top performers in the country. Many candidates who posted good results celebrated with their teachers and parents but others were disappointed
The Ministry of Education headed by CS George Magoha has made changes to opening dates for schools in front of forthcoming assessments in July.
The Kenya National Examinations Council is preparing to release results for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education Exams in two weeks time.The Council and officials from the Teachers Service Commission and the Ministry of Education have been on the ground since March monitoring the National Examination Exercise.