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 September 2020. Universities have been allowed to re-open at their own pace.
We had written a comprehensive update about re-opening of schools. You can read it here: CS George Magoha releases Re-opening of Schools Timeline
Refund of Schools Fees
CS George Magoha has asked primary and secondary schools to refund 2nd and 3rd term school fees to parents who had paid in advance. Alternatively, schools have been asked to negotiate with parents and transfer 2nd and 3rd term fees to 2021 when schools will re-open.
Egerton University Online Graduation
Egerton University 42nd Graduation Ceremony will go down on 31st July 2020 and it will be the first public University in Kenya to hold its Graduation Virtually. Graduation application and clearance will be done online through selfcare.egerton.ac.ke.
The graduation ceremony will be streamed live through: http://graduation.egerton.ac.ke/
The following Universities have their 2020 admission letters for KUCCPS students ready for download.
University of Nairobi, Maseno University, Moi University, Nazarene University, Alupe University College, Dedan Kimathi, Karatina University, Kenya Highlands University, Laikipia University, Lukenya University, Machakos University, Masinde Muliro University, Multi Media University and Turkana University.
You can visit Admission Letters Page for download links.
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