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Jubilation For Parents And Students On School Fees As Magoha Issues A Major Directive

Job Maangi

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Photo: Education CS Prof George Magoha

Magoha during an inspection on the level of preparedness of schools ahead of the re-opening in January urged the school heads to allow Students back to class unconditionally.

He told the school managements not to send Students back home over lack of fees since this will affect the efforts to have all Learners back to class.

The Education Cabinet secretary addressed the School heads and principals to go slow on the leaners who haven’t paid fees.

Kenya Secondary School Heads Association chairman Indimuli Kahi said that the schools solely depend on the money given by Parents and the government.

He urged the government to disburse the school funds on time so as to help the school management to be able to prepare to receive Learners.

After an assessment Magoha noted that Rift Valley, Nairobi and Eastern regions are well prepared while North Eastern and Turkana are the worst prepared.

The government has a challenge since 25 schools in Bundalang’i, Nyando, Elgeyo Marakwet, Baringo and West Pokot were affected by the Floods.

Magoha continued to say that they have already given 1 million masks which shall be used by Children from the poor backgrounds.

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Schools have been encouraged to ensure that they have adequate sanitation facilities, hand washing facilities and they comply to social distancing requirements.

 

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