The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education has begun this morning. 450,000 Candidates are expected to sit for the exams which ends on15th November. Marking will start in December. Security has been intensified countrywide and KNEC has warned that anyone who cheats will face the law.
The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams will start tomorrow countrywide. Rehearsals were underway this morning as the Kenya Police beefed up security in every school and exam centres. Prayers were conducted over the weekend to wish candidates good luck. 844,475 pupils will sit for this years’ exam which will conclude on Thursday. Education Cabinet […]
After three weeks of strike,learning will resume tomorrow,Tuesday 25th September at 8 a.m in all public schools.The strike started on 3rd September 2012,after teachers demanded a 300% salary increase.They also questioned why they are not treated as other public servants.Talks with the Minister of Finance,Robinson Njeru Githae and the Minister of Education,Mutula Kilonzo had fallen […]
Public Primary Schools across the country re-opened for first term today morning. This is after more than a month at home having fun and partying for the festive season. Thousands of pupils were seen walking to school or waiting for public transport in Bus and Matatu terminals. Other Primary and Secondary Schools are expected to […]