Three levels of KPSEA results will be publicly disclosed in January.

The results of the first Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA), which included over 1.6 million pupils in Grade 6, will be announced on January 16, 2023.

KNEC will publish three reports, according to David Njeng’ere, CEO of the Kenya National Examinations Council.

On January 16, 2023, the more than 1.6 million Grade 6 students who took the first Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) will discover their results.

David Njeng’ere, the CEO of the Kenya National Examinations Council, said that three reports would be made available.

The three reports are the national report on school-based and summative assessment, reports on individual students, and school-specific reports.

The areas that need improvement will be highlighted in the national report, along with the number of students at each performance level for each topic that need intervention.

Each school will receive a customized report that will highlight its unique needs and areas where children struggle and where schools need more support.

David Njeng’ere asserts that in order for KNEC, the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), and the Ministry of Education to continue transitioning to the Competency-Based Curriculum, they will all need to use the document (CBC).

Both the KCPE and KPSEA candidates took five examinations with multiple choice questions. They participated in classes in mathematics, English, kiswahili, integrated science, creative arts, and social studies.

Junior secondary schools for grades 7, 8, and 9 will be housed in current primary schools, according to a statement from the Presidential Working Party on Education Reform (PWPER).

Students in Grade 6 will begin the junior secondary phase of their education in Grade 7 in January 2023.

The task team claims that the Ministry of Education will provide the necessary regulations for carrying out this mission.

Additionally, it said that junior secondary school placement will not be based on the Grade 6 Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA).

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