Having being done on hard times , the Kcpe exams were successfully completed within 3 days from 22nd to 24th March.Although being done during this hard times of the corona virus pandemic.The Kcpe results were released on 15th of April by Education Cs Professor George Magoha at Mitihani House in Nairobi.
Education is one of the key sectors in the economy as a whole and it has ever been given a lot of concern by the government.Through the ministry of education, the government has been able to get more useful men and women out of boys and girls.
In yesterday's KCSE examination results, professor Magoha announced that the class of 2020, improved as compared to the class of 2019.In addition, 893 students scored A plain as compared to 627 candidates who scored A plain in 2019.According to yesterday's results, 143,140 qualified to join university after obtaining the minimum grade of C+ and above.
7 Counties On The Spot After All Their Candidates Scored B and Below Without Producing Any A Student
Education cabinet secretary, professor George Magoha Kenya Certificate for Secondary Education (KCSE) announcement has received alot of mixed feedback from Kenyans who seemed to have different opinions and suggestions on the performance of various schools and counties.Photo:courtesy According to the reports given by Magoha, he revealed that all the candidates had performed well especially due to the fact that the education calendar had been disrupted by Covid-19 situation, this inturn forced the education ministry to Reopen schools after they were closed.
During closure of KCSE marking exercise at Alliance high school, Magoha promised to release funds to Schools.He promised to release shs 15 billion to secondary schools.In regards to this students were not supposed to be sent home to look for money.However, upto now the money has not been released by the ministry.
During conclusion of KCSE marking exam of secondary school, Magoha vowed to deliver assets to Schools.He vowed to deliver sh 15 billion to schools.With respect to these students shouldn't be sent home to search for cash.Notwithstanding, upto now the cash has not been delivered by the ministry of education.
Here is what is wrong with this idea that the A students being employed by the D ones is something to celebrate.The A students are the top civil servants - they are the judges who sentence you to hang for stealing pineapples worth 2,400 bob, which are recovered anyway (true story that happened in Thika), while the people who steal money meant for Covid never get arrested.
The Headteachers in Kenya have warned the CS of Education Rt.Hon George Magoha that there will be an impending closure of school if he doesn't release the funds to schools.Photo/Courtesy Schools were reopened on 10th May 2021 and it was expected that the government will send cash to all public school by 14th May 2021.
Education is viewed as one of the key sectors in the country.The government has always seen it possible when education department excels.It has been reported with a lot of concern that education sector is one of the sectors affected by emergence of Covid 19 pandemic.The ministry says that schools were closed tentatively as a result of outbreak of this pandemic.
This comes not long after schools resumed on Monday, May 10.CS Magoha had at first guaranteed that the assets would be delivered by Friday, May 14.Auxiliary schools were to get Ksh13 billion while essential would get Ksh2.8 billion.The school heads noticed that they would be compelled to send understudies with expenses back payments home if the assets are not delivered.
The shortest term in a school's calendar year resumed yesterday after a seven week break for learners in pre primary,grades one to three,five to seven and for high school students in form one to form three.Learners in grade four will however not be reporting back to school for third time following the new directive by the ministry as they had completed their third term in March and will only be allowed back to school in July 26.
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha on Monday afternoon released the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education.The announcement ceremony was held at Mitihani House in Caledonia, off Dennis Pritt Road, Nairobi.Over 700,000 candidates sat for the exams that began in March and ended in April.
Here are the most searched stories on education in the last week.#1.Education CS George Magoha says Schools Should Be Closed By July 10th Education CS George Magoha has said schools that have opened for the 2020 third term on Monday will close on July 10, 2021.
Irate parents from Busia county have shut down two schools after they exhibited poor performance in the National Examination.Speaking to asource,a section of the parents noted that both Alomodoi and Nanderema primary schools performance had gone on a fownword spiral in the past years."The results of this school hake been on a downward spiral since the headteacher and his deputy joined. "
Even as the nation internalizes the just released KCSE results, the aspect of value addition came out conspicuously.As the results were being released the CS Education prof. Magoha took ample time to highlight candidates who performed dismally at KCPE and four years’ later emerged triumphant.We appreciate the top performers who did well in KCPE and maintained the track record of being at the peak, it is never easy!
You cannot take a student who scored 420 in an elite academy, take him to Alliance Boys, a school with excess teachers, and a state of art infrastructure and then subject him to the same exam with a student who scored 200 mks at Chief Banda primary, then enrolled at Kambi Mapesa Secondary, a school deficient of teachers and facilities as basic as classrooms and still rank them, announcing on TV that Alliance has topped etc.
Education Cabinet Secretary yesterday released the 2020 KCSE results at the Mtihani House.The CS lauded the students for performing well despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.In 2019 627 students scored A (plain) compared to 893 who scored A (plain) in 2020.
The Cabinet Secretary Honourable Magoha released KCSE results yesterday.He said that KCSE of 2020 had an improvement compared to that of 2019.The number of students who scored grade A increased from six hundred to eight hundred.The CS also said that one hundred and forty students scored C+(plus) and above.
A few candidates who recorded helpless outcomes in their primary schools four years prior have posted amazing outcomes in KCSE results delivered on Monday.Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha recorded the names of 10 students who scored under 200 marks in the KCPE tests four years prior however have now accomplished college passage grades.
Schools have reopened for the third term after a seven week break to a unique crash academic programme amid tight health measures due to Covid-19 pandemic.This term is the shortest and will only last for be two months, as teachers race to complete the syllabus.Also, for the first time in history of the country, schools in have opened for third term without pressure of preparing for national exams This time however, the focus is on standard seven and form three students to complete the syllabus on time.