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Magoha Challenge Private Schools To Establish Stand-Alone Junior Secondary

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Magoha Challenge Private Schools To Establish Stand-Alone Junior Secondary

Magoha Challenge Private Schools To Establish Stand-Alone Junior Secondary
As the country prepares to introduce junior secondary schools under the new system, the Cabinet Secretary for Education Prof. George Magoha is now challenging private schools in the country to establish stand-alone junior secondary schools.
Magoha said by establishing their own junior high school the government will be relieved from its burden.
“Private owners of schools should not always look at the profit margin, and create a stand-alone junior secondary school that will help us to reduce the pressure and I hope that they will take that with the humility that it deserves,” asked Magoha.
At the same time, the CS stated that the return of secondary school games will most likely begin next term as a result of the relaxation of Covid-19 protocols.
“I will consult the health minister and most likely as we open for the New Year we shall relax that aspect because we feel that we are safe enough to résumé sports,” said Magoha.
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Magoha also stated that those who attempted to violate exam integrity during the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) would face severe disciplinary action.
“Those who have attempted to breach the exam integrity, we are catching them and they will be subject to a very severe action by the government,” said Magoha.

Magoha Urge Private Schools To Budget And Build Junior Secondary Classrooms As CBC Classes Nears Completion

Magoha Urge Private Schools To Budget And Build Junior Secondary Classrooms As CBC Classes Near Completion
Magoha Challenge Private Schools To Establish Stand-Alone Junior Secondary

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