Professor George Magoha, the Cabinet secretary for education in Kenya, laid over the launch of classes for a alternate time while the nation waits for the results of the presidential election.
The process of tallying the ballots is presently in progress following the conduct of our National choices on Tuesday, August 9, 2022.
seminaries across the country closed for the half- term on August 2 as the country prepared to bounce a week latterly on August 9.
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The detention in the below ongoing exercise saw the government’s decision on the suspense of there-opening of ALL introductory education institutions with effect from Monday, 15th August 2022, until Thursday, 18th August 2022. therefore is according to professor Magoha.
The below situation has raised concern that a prolonged arrestment of seminaries will beget syllabus content to be delayed for classes taking 2022 public examinations in November and December.
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Note that as per to the KNEC OFFICIAL TIMETABLE, 2022 KCPE test will be held between November 28 and December 1, while the KCSE test will be held between December 1 and December 23.
Also note that Primary seminaries will administer the public assessment for the colonist cohort of the faculty- grounded class during the same time period.
Now the big challenge is on how all time lost during the academy check shall be recovered by the end of 2022, with the academic timetable returning to normal in January 2023.
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Now all eyes are fastening on the ministry whether Term Dates for Term 2 & Term 3, 2022 Academic Calender is going to be revised
Below is the before MoE timetable.
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