Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has announced that face to face re-opening of TTC, TVET and Universities has been postponed to 2021 January. Why Re-opening of schools was postponed While addressing the press on 30th July 2020, Education Cabinet Secretary, Prof. George Magoha indicated that COVID-19 situation in Kenya is worsening which makes it impossible… Read More »
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This is a roundup of this week’s education news. From re-opening of schools, schools fees refund to kuccps admission letters. Re-Opening of Schools A new schedule for re-opening of schools has been issued by the Ministry of Education. Secondary and primary schools are expected to re-open in 2021 while TTC and TVET will re-open in… Read More »
Education CS George Magoha has released the official re-opening of schools timeline for the year 2020/2021 post covid-19. Below is how schools are expected to re-open. Basic Education (Secondary and Primary Schools) Education stakeholders that have been meeting to discuss on re-opening of schools concluded that re-opening of primary and secondary schools in September 2020… Read More »
Education CS Magoha today issued a briefing which touched on when schools are likely to re-open and the postponement of KNEC KCSE and KCPE 2020 exams to 2021. Below is a summary of what he said. Factors Government will consider before re-opening schools While addressing the press in Nakuru County today, CS George Magoha indicated… Read More »
The Ministry of education CS George Magoha on May 29th 2020 indicated that he had received an interim report on the re-opening of schools. The report was issued by the National Education Response Committee which was tasked with collecting views from the public and submitting a report on the best approaches to be used on… Read More »
The Teachers Services Commission (TSC) has denied claims circulating on print and social media that it has hired interns on a permanent basis. TSC’S head of communications Beatrice Wababu indicated that “I wish to state here that this information is incorrect and it’s unfortunate.” She was however quick to mention that the commission is addressing… Read More »