Photo courtesy of Ministry of Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha. All Primary and Secondary School learners resumed back to their distinguished learning institutions today, 18th August, 2022 following the Government directive on the re-opening of schools. The Primary and Secondary Schools are expected to continue with the remainder of the Term two of the 2022 academic calendar after their the today's re-opening of schools.
Photo courtesy of Education Cabinet Prof George Magoha. The Ministry of Education under the staut stewardship of the incumbent Education Cabinet Prof George Magoha has denounced allegations that the date for re-opening of all Primary and Secondary Schools in the country has been postponed. A viral press release purportedly hailing from the Ministry of Education had divulged that government had postponed the reopening of all Primary and Secondary Schools to Monday 22nd, August 2022.
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The cabinet secretary for education has given a directive to all grade six learners across the country. The statement has granted them the opportunity to select junior secondary school. The portal according to the ministry will be open next week amid political tension. The ministry of education has gazetted 2300 secondary schools to offer places for the incoming students.
Competency Based Curriculum was introduced in the country some few years ago to improve the level of education. Most students under CBC are able to write and speak fluently. According to the source, new details have just emerged about Junior secondary schools. As per the latest report share by a well known source, it has been revealed that all grade 6 pupils are expected to select Junior secondary Schools.
Prof. George Magoha, cabinet secretary for education, provided the image. After the smooth and peaceful completion of the general elections on August 9th, all primary and secondary schools nationwide started their academic programs today, August 18th, 2022. Prior to the Grade Six transfer to Junior Secondary schooling in January 2023, the Education Cabinet's Prof. George Magoha has instructed all parents to sit down with their children in a solemn act intended to help them choose the junior high school institutions they would like to attend.
All students in grade six across the nation have received instructions from the cabinet secretary for education. They now have the option to choose a junior secondary school according to the announcement. According to the ministry, the portal would open the following week amidst political unrest.2300 secondary schools have been listed in the gazette by the ministry of education as sites for the incoming students.
Kieni member of parliament Hon Kanini Kega has hinted through his official facebook page after delivering a school bus to Mwiyogo Boys secondary school hours to the general elections. According to him President Uhuru Kenyatta is the one who donated the school bus to Mwiyogo Boys secondary school. He future thanked president Uhuru Kenyatta for donating the school bus to Mwiyogo Boys secondary school.
Photo courtesy of Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha. All Primary and Secondary Schools across the country resumed learning activities today, the 18th day of August, 2022 after a successful and peaceful conclusion of the August 9th general elections. The Education Cabinet Prof George Magoha has directed all parents to sit down with their children in a solemn move geared towards guiding them in selecting the Junior High School institutions they would like to join ahead of the January 2023 Grade six transition to Junior Secondary education.
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The Ministry of education is operating in a bid of pushing the new curriculum of competence based following the change of the education system in the country. The Ministry of education in line with the government has asked all education stakeholders to join hands in pushing the new curriculum.
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has opened the portal for the selection of Junior Secondary Schools (JSS). The portal was opened on Monda,y August 15, and will remain open until August 30. Grade Six learners can now pick the Junior Secondary School of their choice ahead of the rollout of Grade Seven next year.
The National government is doing a great job in supporting the Competence Based Curriculum -CBC. Private schools have been in the spotlight to ensure they meet all the requirements in line with the CBC program, and the government has gone further to support them in various ways. The Nation is looking forward to having the pioneer junior secondary school student transit from grade 6 to junior secondary schools.
Photo courtesy of Kenya's Head of State H.E. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. The kenyan government has broken silence with a powerful message regarding the institution of pivotal changes in the closure of all primary and secondary schools dotted across distinguished local destinations. The kenyan government has today directed all primary and secondary schools to close their operations tomorrow, the 2nd day of August, 2022 to allow the highly coveted August 9th general elections to take course.
The cabinet secretary for education, professor George Magoha has explained to parents and teachers that CBC students will remain in primary schools ahead of their junior secondary studies. Parents have always worried on whether their children will move to secondary schools for grade 7-9 studies at a very young age.
The Ministry of Education, which is firmly under the direction of the current Education Cabinet, Prof. George Magoha, has refuted claims that the country's primary and secondary school reopening date has been delayed. According to a widely circulated news release ostensibly from the Ministry of Education, all primary and secondary schools will now resume on Monday, August 22, 2022.
Last Monday, all primary and secondary schools in Kenya temporarily suspended classes in order to make room for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to hold the divisive 2022 national elections. All primary and secondary schools are anticipated to resume operations on Thursday, August 11, 2022, following the completion of the general elections scheduled for the ninth day of August, 2022, according to a Daily Nation article.
Photo courtesy of Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha. All kenyan primary and secondary schools closed their operations temporarily last week to pave way for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to conduct the highly contentious 2022 general elections. According to a publication by the Daily Nation, all Primary and Secondary Schools across the country are expected to resume their operations on Thursday, August 11, 2022 after a successful completion of the general elections slated for the 9th day of August, 2022.
TSC, on their official Twitter page has posted a morning message to it's followers regarding the recruitment of 14,000 teachers. TSC has kicked off interviews ok the 14,000 teachers recruited for job vacancies both in secondary and primary schools. The exact number of teachers recruited is 14,460.
There are many educators working in various public schools across the nation. These educators come from a variety of backgrounds. The teachers are split up into two groups: those who instruct students in elementary schools and those who instruct students in secondary schools. Regrettably, there have been reports of kids being detained for attacking teachers or setting fire to schools.