Kenya’s Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) results will be made public today.
In 32,555 examination locations nationwide, 1,253,577 pupils took the exam. The grading of the Grade Six assessment has been finished, according to Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu.
He instructed Knec to work with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), and other organizations to help schools explain the reports to students and parents.
To increase retention, the Ministry of Education will also improve the school meals and sanitary towel distribution programs.
According to Mr. Machogu, the ministry is dedicated to automating tasks associated with providing service to its customers.
He asked school administrators to make sure that learners were properly registered for Nemis, the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, and the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education. He also advised them to monitor students’ affairs, such as fee payments, disciplinary actions, and attendance.
Additionally, schools will be required to register all of their non-teaching personnel and Board of Management members on the Nemis platform.
The CS reported that a total of 14,589 public and private schools have been evaluated as part of the continuous evaluation of all schools to determine their suitability to host junior secondary.
The January 9 exercise is scheduled to end on January 20.
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