Kenyans have been anxiously awaiting word from the ministry of education on whether the KCPE and KCSE exams will be postponed due to the uneven opening and closing of schools.
George Magoha, the cabinet secretary for education, provided the image.
The cabinet secretary for education, Professor George Magoha, recently spoke on this subject and revealed that many of our children are exceptionally resilient and have already completed their coursework. Magoha went on to clarify that there won’t be any changes because the pupils have had plenty of time to prepare for these exams.
This article claims that our kids will have to continue reading as the majority of schools have already completed the syllabus and they are waiting for the national exam for both primary school and secondary school. Today sc of education Magoha he says that the date of sitting of national exerm it will remain as it. Yesterday, I was shocked.
The Kenya Kwanza team wanted to abolish the CBC learning system, as a number of people commented on that, and it’s our platform in our country to give out our views.
The sc of education Magoha he sent a message to new Elect President so maintain the cbc program from abolish it a number of parents they have been complained that because it’s wastage of our students