The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results came out in November, however, some parents have written to cnyakundi.com saying that their kids, some with good marks, have not received any placement positions in secondary schools.
‘I would like to highlight the issue of the thousands of class eight kids who were never posted on any school yet they had passed well. I know they are in thousands. My sister’s kid scored 341 marks, she was not called to any school’, a concerned uncle wrote.
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) Chairman Dr John Onsati while delivering his speech vowed commitment to ensure examination exercise is credible.
Can the Ministry of education and KNEC come together and correct this error of some well-performed students missing slots in secondary school?
Many parents have been at Jogoo House numerous times looking for answers but all they are told is that ‘there was a technical error’ yet nothing is done to correct it.
Hey Prof. George Magoha, please handles this issue.
KCPE Exams 2019
1,088,986 girls and boys sat the examination in 27,000 exam centers.
Disagreggated data shows a near 50 per cent tie for the genders; there were a total of 525,070 girls and 527,294 boys.
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