(Primary Students in a class) The government, through the Ministry of Education has announced that it has put in place measures to manage the looming crisis ahead of the reopening of schools. Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has assured the head of schools that there will be cush crunch, when learners resume classes next week.
The government has indicated that it has put in place steps to deal with the developing situation ahead of the reopening of schools, via the Ministry of Education. Prof. George Magoha, the Education Cabinet Secretary, has promised school leaders that when students return to class next Monday, there will be no cash shortage.
According to the country's educational calendar, colleges are predicted to reopen on Monday. However, there was once panic and confusion beforehand of the college's reopening. Center managers had raised issues over a looming money crunch in colleges from the subsequent week. Education Cs Professor Magoha has alternatively made a main announcement about the same.
According to the country's academic calendar, schools are expected to reopen on Monday. However there was panic and confusion ahead of the schools reopening. Center managers had raised concerns over a looming cash crunch in schools from next week. Education Cs Professor Magoha has however made a major announcement about the same.
There was a widely publicized tension among parents after school heads sent newsletters to them demanding students to report with school fees for the second term. However, the government through the Ministry of Education has announced plans to manage the looming crisis. Appearing before the members of Parliament on Thursday, October 7, Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha has assured school heads that there will be no cash crunch, when learners resume classes next week on Tuesday, October 12.
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