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Magoha Gives Headteachers New Directive Ahead Of 2022 KCPE, KCSE Exams

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Magoha Gives Headteachers New Directive Ahead Of 2022 KCPE, KCSE Exams.
George Magoha, Cabinet Secretary for Education, has issued a new directive to all headteachers ahead of the KCSE and KCPE exams.
On Monday, December 27, during the inspection of Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) classroom construction, the CS urged all principals to let unruly students who do not want to be in school go home.
He argued that it was preferable for a few students to leave school and take their exams at home rather than destroying property and disadvantage the rest.
He went on to say that very few students were rowdy and that the vast majority, who are frequently overlooked by the press, are willing to put in the hours and work hard.
“As we start the new year, my instructions to headteachers is that among the renegade children who want to go home to rest, we shall allow them.
If there is a child who doesn’t want to go to school and wants to go and rest with his parents, to take exams from home, let him go. Rather than destroy the infrastructure,” stated Magoha.
Magoha stated at Kabarak University’s 17th graduation ceremony that postponing exams would not solve the growing cases of student unrest in schools.
“The examinations are ready. Candidates should not panic. Let them be calm and prepare for the tests, which have taken into consideration challenges occasioned by disruptions to the academic calendar,” the CS stated at the time.
He also stated that, despite a court case challenging CBC’s legality, the program would continue as scheduled until the court issued a directive.
So far, the premier class is scheduled for the first National examinations in 2022, and the Ministry has pledged to ensure that President Uhuru’s directive is carried out even after he leaves office.
Magoha Gives Headteachers New Directive Ahead Of 2022 KCPE, KCSE Exams

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