The school unrests countrywide have led to blame games between the government and students, students and teachers as the education ministry pointed fingers on parents for not guiding the students.
Education cabinet secretary Professor George Magoha earlier on blamed the parents for disturbing teachers whenever students are expelled from schools for the unrests.
Parents have raised concerns for the behavior of the children whom they expect to be great leaders in the country.
Students accuse the school Managements for imposing some changes with doing proper consultation and talks with the students.
The greatest worry is the fact that the national exams will be held a few days from now and thus the students unrests will affect their preparation.
Prof George Magoha made a new stand concerning the burning of the schools, he said that the teachers on duty and the school principals will be held accountable for the students unrests.
He expressed disappointment over the large the infrastructure worth millions which has been destroyed by the students within a very short duration of time.
The Kenya national Union of teachers Secretary general Wilson Sossion insists that the government should consider abolishing the boarding schools so that the students may be mentored by the parents. He says that the children have become unruly the role of teachers should be impacting knowledge.
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