Schools Re-opening: Good News To Kenyans After A New Development

Photo [Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha Addressing Journalists]

When the president of the republic of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta addresssed the nation concerning the various sectors of the economy that have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, he ordered the cabinet secretary for Education Prof George Magoha to make preparations on safe re-opening of schools.
This week the Education cabinet secretary allowed forth year University and college students to resume back to their institutions of learning for the final exams so as to enable them to graduate.

The final year diploma students in the Teachers Training colleges are expected to report next week after which they will undertake exams one week later.
In preparation for the schools re-opening the final year students in the colleges will be expected to have Left from the institutions of learning by 16th.

In what happens to be a major relief to parents and students, Permanent secretary for Education Proffesor Belio Kipsang announced that was that the final year college students will start their exams on the October 13th and finish on October the 15th.

On Monday the Learners who are pursuing certificate and diploma courses in early childhood teacher education will also resume Learning on the 5th of October.

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Other Learners in the TTC’s are expected to have reported by October 19th to complete the remaining part of the semester.
On the hand Universities will recall students back to the learning Institutions when they shall be fully prepared to accommodate the students and depending on their level of preparedness.



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