Tag: Education CS George Magoha
KCSE starts today with English and Chemistry papers
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) written examinations start today. A total of 831,015 candidates are expected to write their exams at the 10,413 registered centres. It is an increase from the 752,981 students wh
CBC is 'learner-centred', says Magoha as he opens KEPSHA conference in Mombasa
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha has said that the implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) is progressing on as planned. Speaking during the official opening of the Kenya Primary School headteache
Magoha: "I didn't want to become a CS"
Boost for employers as Treasury CS broadens tax rebates for those offering internships
Treasury CS Ukur Yatani has widened the net for tax rebates to employers who offer internship opportunities to university and TVET institution graduates.
CS Magoha bans hiring of school buses for private use
Education CS George Magoha on Tuesday, June 15 banned the hiring of school buses for private use.Speaking when he was releasing the Form One selection for 2020 KCPE students at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, the to
Education CS George Magoha set to release KCSE results today
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha is set to release the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results today. Students wrote the exams almost one month ago.The results will be released at
27 teachers fired, 37 civilians arrested for trying to leak KCSE exam
Education CS George Magoha on Wednesday, April 21 confirmed that 27 high school teachers have been fired for leaking the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam.
Two pupils write their KCPE exams from a hospital bed
Education CS George Mag
KCPE exams start for 1.1m candidates nationwide
At least 1.1 million candidates are sitting for their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams starting this morning.Education CS George Magoha supervised the distribution of exam papers at Thika sub-County, Kiambu, at
No, there’s no mass exodus of students from private to public schools