According to the Kenya National Examinations Council(KNEC) CEO, who has confirmed the payment information for hired Supervisors, Invigilators, drivers and Center Managers 2022 that were in charge of the 2022 KCSE, KCPE, and KPSEA assessment.
All these Examinations were administered during the November and December of last year 2022
All Teachers and non-teachers who gave services in Last year’s tests and evaluations will receive payment from the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) in February 2023 in different rates as follows.
According to Payment details released by the Council, Primary school head who will act as Centre Managers for the will pocket a daily subsistence allowance of Sh500; for a total of 4 days (including rehearsal day). The exams were done between November and December 2022.
On their part, Secondary schools Principals are expected to also earn a daily allowance of Sh500 for 18 days.
The highest paid Supervisor will walk away with a sum total of Sh12,510 while the highest paid invigilator will pocket Sh9860.
Non Teaching staff like drivers, and security employees are among the contacted professionals who will be paid by the Kenya National Examinations Council
In the KCPE results that were already made public by the CS education Ezekiel Machogu in which the top candidate received 431 points from a school in Western parts Kenya.
According to PS Education Belio Kipsang, the results for Grade 6 KPSEA was also made public on January 16, 2023.
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KNEC CEO David Njeng’ere announced in a speech at Mtihani House on Wednesday, December 21, during the release of the KCPE results that the students would be able to see the results through their school portal.
On January 16, 2023, “the learners will receive individual reports, and all these would be placed on the school web,” Njeng’ere said.
He made it clear that rather than placing candidates in junior secondary schools, the results would be used to monitor student progress.
The KNEC Chief added that the KPSEA Examination Committee would release three reports: a national, school-specific, and individual student report.
“Education stakeholders will receive feedback from the national report on areas that require intervention.” It will display the proportion of students by subject at each performance level who require interventions.
To help students continue on the path of improvement, each school will receive detailed reports that outline the areas in which they encountered difficulties.
Both KCPE and KPSEA supervisors and invigilators will be paid at the same rate, despite the fact that the KPSEA assessments do not cover essay writing (Insha and composition).
But after the exams have been marked and the public has seen the results, the KCSE teachers will receive compensation as per the KNEC payment date.