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What Next For 11,000 Candidates Who Missed Exam

What Next For 11,000 Candidates Who Missed Exam.
About  11,000  students had already registered but did not appear for the exam for a variety of reasons.
The Regional Educational Learning Initiative expressed concern about policies that must focus on the retention of such students.
The lobby urged the Ministry of Education to develop strategies to ensure student compensation.
The lobby advocated for similar strategies in primary and secondary schools, similar to how students can sit for special exams after missing tests in universities.
The lobby advocated for similar strategies in primary and secondary schools, similar to how students can sit for special exams after missing tests in universities.
The executive director of the Zizi Afrique Foundation, John Mugo, has urged the ministry to standardize the administration of supplementary exams in universities.
The recommendation was made to the early learning and basic education sub-sector, which is in charge of primary and secondary education.
“Knec could rapidly examine their circumstances and provide a supplementary exam soon after the release of the results,” Mugo said.
According to the organization’s country leader, Samuel Otieno, failing to sit national examinations should not be regarded as a normal occurrence.
According to Otieno, most students do not choose to miss exams voluntarily and may have faced social challenges.
“These may include children who became ill and were possibly hospitalized as a result of conflict and displacement.” “Otieno stated.
“These may include children who fell sick and perhaps even got hospitalised those that were affected by conflict and displacement,” Otieno said.
This comes after senators asked Education Secretary George Magoha to provide a list of students who failed the national exam.
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Emmanuel Manyasa, executive director of Usawa Agenda, added that the ministry will keep track of schools and regions that consistently underperform.
This, he claims, will assist stakeholders in identifying areas that require more attention and assistance.
“Ensure adequate support for public schools which serve a greater share of learners from marginalised and disadvantaged communities,” Manyasa said.

Senators Want Magoha To Release List Of Candidates Who Missed KCPE, KCSE Exams

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