The Ministry of Education under the leadership of Professor George Magoha is working hard to ensure a better implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC). The current class six pupils and form two students shall be candidates next year 2022, this is after changes on the school calendar caused by the heavy impacts of the Covid 19 pandemic.
Schools are opening for their first term on 26th this month of July. School calendar was affected by Covid 19 pandemic which made learners to miss classes. Instead of declaring the 2020 education calendar null and void, the government in conjunction with relevant stakeholders agree to compress the calendar to ensure an entire year is not wasted.
While chairing educational stakeholders meeting mid morning today at the ministry of education headquarters, the cabinet secretary for education, Professor George Magoha has assured Kenyans that 2020 K.C.S.E examinations will be announced on Friday, 7th May 2021 mid day.In the stakeholders meeting, concerns of exam irregularities and malpractices were raised but the CS for education,assured members that necessary actions have been done to all those that were found guilty of such offences.
The Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has ordered all school heads not to accept students with school arrears back to school after their mid-term break. Image: Courtesy According to him, some parents are taking advantage of the government's leniency on them and now have decided not to fully take responsibility of their children's school fees.
The Education Cabinet Minister, Professor George Magoha has strongly defended teachers implementing the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC). According to him, all teachers and tutors adequately trained for the curriculum. Photo (Courtesy) Mogoha was responding to claims that the training exercise was not well done.
University students and over 100,000 2019 KCSE exams candidates who qualified for university education have something to smile about. This is after Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha on Saturday, June 20, directed the Vice-Chancellors and Principals of Universities to come up with reopening plans for September. In a letter sent to all VCs and Principals, Magoha has asked the Universities to come up with prevention protocols to curb the spread of coronavirus when studies resume. Mogoha stated that the
It is indeed relief to parents as the cabinet secretary of education Prof George Magoha delivers good news to both children and parents. The government in line with the ministry of education has been operating in a bid of stimulating learning through free primary and secondary education. In his statement, CS Magoha ascertains that the government has submitted Kshs 75 billion to the ministry of education in support of free primary and secondary education.
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has fired back to leaders who are against the new system of education issuing fresh details on them. Competency Based Curriculum is a news system that is currently practiced in all schools in Kenya. It commenced after KICD through it's committee approved it.
Boarding schools in Kenya have been performing well in the national examinations both KCPE and KECSE. Most well_off families have been taking their children to boarding schools. On the contrary, most poor families have failed to take their children to boarding schools due to financial constrains. It is believed that pupils from boarding schools always have a lot of time with their teachers and also to make their personal studies.
Professor Mogoha the ministry of education has been on the receiving g end for a week now, after he criticised and even called a public servant a fool. This was during one of his regular visit that he is doing round in different parts of the country. His entire mission to visit various parts of the country has remained unknown yet he is not making public speech regarding the level of preparedness in the areas he is visiting. Some people feel his regular visits in basic level institutions is having a hidden agenda
Magoha who visited some of the beneficiaries at the Bangladesh slum in Mombasa said no beneficiary will be allowed to study in a day college and those that have admission letters for day schools will be readmitted to a full-time boarding school. He made the remarks when he toured the Bangladesh slum yesterday to discover the needy but pinnacle 2020 KCPE achievers who will gain from the Equity Elimu scholarship program.
The Cabinet Secretary for Education, Professor George Magoha, has brought good news to children and parents, which really brings relief to parents. The government and the Ministry of Education have been working to stimulate learning through free primary and secondary education. In his latest statement, CS Magoha determined that the government had sent 75 billion shillings to the Ministry of Education to support free primary and secondary education.
President Uhuru kenyatta approved the Universities amendment bill 2020 which revert the power to cabinet secretary of education .The bill is set to be debated and passed by the parliament.
The covid-19 pandemic has caused disruption in all sectors of the kenyan economy and education is one of the sector. The whispers have been informed by the cancellation of various academic programs in Kenya for example april certificate and diploma examination for early childhood development and special needs education. Other several educationists have warned Kenyans to brace for the loss of an entire academic year if Covid-19 persists for another three months. Education cs George Magoha,however, has assure
Education cabinet Secretary professor George Magoha has early today landed in a hot soup after claiming that there's nothing wrong with pupils learning under the trees. In his statement seen by the national media on Sunday, January 3rd, Magoha has maintained that no school has received an additional classroom that had been promised earlier and there is nothing wrong with pupils learning under the trees. Mogoha added that there is a fresh air under those trees that would also help contain the spread of the Nobel
Image: Standardmedia.co.ke If a new proposal by the task force working on the new education curriculum is adopted, Kenya will soon close thousands of boarding schools and require all learners to be on the day-scholar module. Under the current 2-6-3-3-3 education framework, the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) taskforce has recommended the scrapping of boarding in secondary schools. The team supports leaving boarding schools for a few universities to accept students around the country who are following different