The cabinet secretary for education today the 16th January 2023 released the 2023 form one placement report. This happened at the Kenya institute of curriculum development in Nairobi. During the function held in Nairobi, the cabinet secretary for education Mr. Ezekiel Machogu sent cold shivers among headteachers of selected primary schools.
Kenya National Examination Council has released the dateline when registration of all teachers who want to upgrade their studies in diploma should end. Registration for upgrading diploma in primary education and upgrade diploma in Early Childhood Teacher Education colleges are going to communicate on dateline. However registration for certificate in primary Teacher Education (PTE) for candidates referred in previous years, Teacher Certificate for Adult Education, Diploma in Teacher Education (DTE), Diploma in Special Education and Certificate in Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) are all ongoing.
Learners are to start again their formal classes on 23rd January which will be on the next week according to the ministry of education Ezekiel Machogu. However, grade 7 students are to launch their modern term on 30th January whereby the ministry of education Ezekiel Machogu has handed out a request to all parents who will concede their children to the exotic protocol.
During the release of the 2023 Form One Selection Placement Results on Monday, the ministry of education asked dissatisfied parties to seek help from concerned schools for assistance. "Parents are asked to take their learners to the schools they have been placed in. Those who may not be satisfied may approach desired schools for assistance," said Machogu.
All Kenyan parents will not be required to pay school fees for pupils in the Junior Secondary School (JSS), according to a statement from the Ministry of Education, which is overseen by Cabinet Secretary for Education Ezekiel Machogu. Ezekiel Machogu, Kenya's CS for Education, stated at a speech at KICD in Nairobi that KSh 9.2 million had been set aside by the government to cover JSS children' school expenses.
The Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) results are going to be announced today. According to the cabinet secretary of education Ezekiel Machogu during the release of KCPE placement results,he said that schools will be able to access the KPSEA results from the KNEC portal today.
According to Ezekiel Machogu of the ministry of education, students will resume formal classes on January 23. This will be the following week. However, grade 7 students will begin their modern term on January 30. To that end, Ezekiel Machogu, the minister of education, has sent out a request to all parents who will allow their kids to attend the unusual protocol.
Relief To Parents With Kids In Public Day Secondary Sch As Government Announce They Will Not Pay Fee
Earlier today, the CS for education, Ezekiel Machogu, had a press briefing where he delivered some good news to Kenyan parents, especially those with children in public day schools. Machogu made the announcements while releasing the results for the placement of the recent standard-eight candidates in their respective high schools.
Parents are now busy preparing their kids for school opening come next week from Monday 21st January 2023. Most parents have been worried about the high charge of fees by school heads and Cabinet Secretary for Education Mr Machogu has assured parents that they won't pay any fees to Grade 7 kids.
The Minister for Education hon Ezekiel Machogu has clarified on the questions asked by parents and teachers whose pupils are about to join junior secondary school. Speaking today Monday 16, the Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu said that the grade 7 students who will be joining junior secondary schools as from monday 30th 2023 will be wearing a different uniform from their counterpart in primary schools.
Good news to all grade 6 students, this is after the education carbinet secretaly revealed that learners transiting to Grade 7 will have new uniforms for the junior secondary category. Suprisingly, while announcing the Form One Placement, Machogu urged school management to pick colours and types of uniforms to be worn by grade 7 learners.
As the first cohort of Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) to join Junior Secondary as from 30th January as Grade seven, Education cabinet secretary Ezekiel Machogu clearly stated that Junior Secondary will be free in all public schools apart from those with boarding wings. Machogu while addressing the public in Kenya institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) on Monday 16th January clearly stated that all learners joining Junior Secondary Schools will be admitted without paying any school fees since the government has offered to support for Junior Secondary Education.
The results of the Kenya primary school education assessment are to be released today, as per the head of education, CS Ezekiel Machogu. Mr Machogu, who gave out the number of pupils who sat for the KPSEA last year, said they are 1,253,577 in 32,555 centers across the country.
Persons who were not satisfied with the form one selection to do this Parties which are not satisfied with the form one selection according to the cabinet secretary of education Ezekiel Machogu should take action to approach the concern schools. "Those who are not satisfied with the form one placement should approach the concern schools,"said Machogu on Monday afternoon during the form one placement results at the Kenya Institute Of Curriculum Development (KICD).
Parents and teachers had risen a big crisis on the matters concerning junior secondary school uniforms as parents had not agreed to the opinions which teachers have issued about wearing uniforms. Parents did not want to purchase new uniforms for their children as on the other hand teachers recommended that they must where different uniforms to distinguish them with other students as the junior secondary is to be domiciled in primary schools.
Today, the cabinet secretary in charge of education has said that parents who are taking thier children to junior secondary schools should not be worrying about the fee because junior secondary schools is still under the primary school programme. He said this while releasing the results of the for form one and grade seven placement.
The new start dates for junior high schools have been announced by education cabinet secretary Ezekiel Machogu. In 2023, the school reopening day for elementary and middle school students will be January 30. Machogu reports that President William Ruto has ordered the National Treasury to allocate fifteen thousand shillings per student to fund free education in all Junior Secondary Schools.
Education cabinet secretary Mr Ezekiel Machogu has come out publicly to tell parents who have children joining junior secondary schools that they will not pay any school fees.The cabinet secretary said that the government has set aside 9.6 billion Kenyan shillings to cater for fees of those students. Mr Ezekiel Machogu said that earlier claims by some people that parents will be charged for school fees were false and spreading such information would have dire consequences.He said that they have already formed a taskforce that will ensure that every junior secondary school student receive twelve thousand Kenyan shillings to cater for fees.
The Ministry of education has delivered a list of secondary schools that pulled in an excessive number of candidates against their abilities. As per Training CS Ezekiel Machogu who delivered the Structure One determination report in Nairobi today, nearly seven schools pulled in north of 100, 000 applications against a limit of under 1,000.
Minister of Education Cs Machogu revealed that all the learners who sat in last year's KCPE examinations will get a place in the secondary level. However, he clarifies the issue concerning the grade seven learners and declared that they will remain in their respective schools. He alleges that parents will have to buy new uniforms in a bid to differentiate those who are in junior secondary school and primary level.