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Parents Free To Take Their Children To Private Schools – Magoha.
Prof. George Magoha, Cabinet Secretary for Education, has urged parents to be satisfied with the schools to which their children have been admitted, describing the selection process as “very accurate.”
Prof. Magoha stated that Form One placement aimed to strike a balance for the children and provide them with an equal learning platform regardless of their socioeconomic status.
Speaking in Murang’a on Wednesday, the CS said he would treat the parents’ ranting with contempt, adding that he is proud of the process.
“Our aim is to ensure every child gets a slot in secondary school and the placement was done as per their performance,” he said.
“If we would let the parents have their way, you can be sure this would be a messy process. But those who feel they are in a position to take their children to private schools are free to do so.”
Prof. Magoha stated that in order to ensure continuity in the education sector, the weakest links must be addressed, which can only be accomplished by ensuring that all learners are treated equally.
"We are having a situation where the middle-class people want to self procreate and forget those below them but they also deserve equal opportunities,” he remarked.
He applauded the government’s initiative to establish an affirmative fund for children in slums, which has resulted in the enrollment of 9,000 beneficiaries who will be admitted to schools of their choice.
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“Some of these children are very bright but they would not be able to pursue their dreams if they fail to continue with education due to poverty,” said the CS.
He singled out Murang’a and Nyeri counties, claiming that the work is 90% complete but not understanding the delay.
Parents Free To Take Their Children To Private Schools – Magoha.

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