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knec changes assessment dates for class 8 and grade four

The Kenya National Examinations (Knec) has officially changed the dates when the Learning Continuity in Basic Education (LCBE) assessments will start and end. Through a circular sent to head teachers, Knec CEO, Mercy Karogo directed for immediate adjustments due to the coming Mashujaa day celebrations. The assessments had been scheduled to [...]

Knec Assessments for Grade 4 and Class 8 to begin from next week

Learners in Grade 4 and Standard 8 who returned to school earlier this week are set to undergo an academic assessment to determine the impact that the long break occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic has had on their learning. The assessment to be undertaken by the Kenya National Examination Council [...]

KNEC Grade 4 and Class 8 assessment advance instructions, timetables 2020

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, has released the 2020 grade four (4) and class eight (8) advance instructions and timetables for the Learning Continuity in Basic Education (LCBE) assessments. According to the Council, assessment questions will be printed by respective schools Instructions to Teachers The teacher should ensure that: classrooms are [...]

Gradual reopening of Schools to begin on September- Uhuru

Addressing the nation from State House, The head of state disclosed that gradual reopening of schools shall start on September 1, 2020.he stated that the Ministry of Education shall announce the new school calendar by the middle of August. The Education ministry has been directed to prepare for reopening of [...]

Education CS Magoha statement after receiving report on schools reopening

Education Cabinet secretary Prof. George Magoha has today received the report from the national covid-19 education response committee.The report that was presented to him at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, KICD, proposes that schools’ reopening be postponed to September. The report also proposes that KCPE and KCSE examinations to [...]

KCSE And KCPE Exams remains on schedule

The Cabinet Secretary of Education prof George Magoha has insisted that the government will not postpone the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) national examinations to compensate the Lost time during the Covid-19 national pandemic. Prof Magoha was addressing the nation at Afya [...]

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