Kenyan Education Calendar’s term two will be extended to compensate for the time lost by activities of the general elections.Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KSSHA) National Chairperson Indimuli Kahi said the government will extend the second term to give KCSE and KCPE candidates enough time to cover the syllabus and prepare for their final...
According to Professor George Magoha, the cabinet secretary for education in Kenya had forced to postpone the start of classes for a second time while the nation waits for the results of the presidential election. The process of tallying the ballots has been completed progress following the conduct of our National Elections on Tuesday, August...
When Form 1 and Grade 6 pupils start high school in Kenya for the first time in January 2023, it is clear that TSC will need to hire additional teachers to accommodate the large number of students. In an effort to address the teacher shortage that will affect schools in January 2023, the Teacher Service...
One of the major determinants of a candidate’s performance in their national examinations is the Kenya National Examination Council, KNEC, KCSE examination timeline. It provides an exhaustive schedule of the precise time and date that each paper is due. For Milestones 1 and 2, which are due on July 31 and October 31, respectively, all...
George Magoha, the cabinet secretary for education, said on August 8 that students won’t return to class after midterm break until the atmosphere is secure following the general election. After opening the CBC classrooms at Gathiru-ini Secondary School, Prof. Magoha spoke at Juja Farm in Kiambu County and mentioned that the original date of Thursday,...