The cabinet secretary for education Dr. Fred Magoha today Saturday the 23rd day of April had to release the Kenya certificate of secondary education (KCSE) 2021 exam. Most candidates to the national exam merited in the recently released exam.
The CS also stood a chance to congratulate most schools which showed a great improvement in the 2021 results. Among the schools that registered a greater improvement as per their respective counties are listed below:
TOP SEVEN SCHOOLS FROM COUNTIES
I) From coast region – Arabuko Forest high school
II) From central – Graceland boys senior school
III) Eastern – Mama Malia academy school
IV) Nairobi – Uhuru secondary school
V) Rift valley – Lemek Namunyak girls secondary school
VI) Western – Goibei girls high school
VII) Nyanza – Sigoti complex girls secondary school
For the national examinations of 2021, 1,138 candidates (0.14 percent) scored grade A (plain) compared to the 893 candidates (0.12 percent) for the year 2020. This was an improvement of 145 candidates overally.
For this year, the candidates who qualified with minimum entry behaviour to University (grade C+ and above) were 145, 145, which is equivalent to 17.49 percent of the overall candidature. This is an upward trend compared to the previous year’s candidature where a total of 143, 140 candidates scored C+ and above. Even so, this was equivalent to 19.03 percent, which was a drop in percentage improvement index.
Those candidates who managed to attain a minimum grade for the T-VET diploma courses (a C- and above) were 325, 896.
This could further mean that this year more students will proceed to colleges and universities, making Kenya ahead in terms of educating it’s people.
Among the big four agendas cited by the jubilee government about ten years ago, ensuring education of it’s young people was at the centre of it all.
So far, the government has managed to offer free primary, secondary and tertiary education for the young generation. You only need to part with a few shillings for accomodations and food. The aim is to have more elites in the near future, who can help in problem solving skills among other related skills for the interest of making Kenya a better place.
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