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No Form One Transfers, Magoha Direct Principals

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No Form One Transfers, Magoha Direct PrincipalsEducation Cabinet Secretary Prof  George Magoha has asked school principals not to effect Form One transferrs.He stated that unless special circumstances, such as a medical condition, all Form One students should report to the schools assigned to them.“What will determine a child’s performance is most importantly the child’s self drive and descipline,” he said.According to the CS, Form One reporting in schools is still very low.Magoha urged parents not to keep their children at home in the hope that they will be transferred to other schools.“Stop keeping the children home because you think they are going to be taken to another school that’s not going to happen,” he said.The CS stated that middle-class families are the most persistent in trying to get their children into schools other than the ones they were assigned to.“If you are a middle class and you are not happy where your child has been taken, please take them to private schools and pay school fees for them,” Magoha said.“Stop destabilizing the government system which is actually efficient."Magoha was speaking during his Saturday visit to Kisumu Girls High School.The CS stated that every Kenyan school is well-funded, and that capitation is paid to the same level for every child."I have a feeling that some people still think that they are going to change schools and I am going to give firm instructions to school heads that the issue of changing school should stop,” said the CS.Magoha went on to say that all children should go to school and be confident that they will be accepted.“We are going to work quickly to identify those extremely poor. For the parents who don’t have enough money, send your child with the money that you have as you look for the rest of the money."No Form One Transfers, Magoha Direct Principals

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