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“More than 50,000 examiners who marked the papers have not been paid their wages. This is despite the huge sacrifices the examiners made, “Milemba said. The union chair further faulted the council for subjecting the examiners to not-so-good conditions during the marking process. As seen in December, CRE Paper 1 examiners downed their tools in […]

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Prime Cabinet secretary Musalia Mudavadi has assured parents and education stakeholders that the government will factor in recommendations made to the CBC taskforce. Mudavadi said the government through the Ministry of Education will use the recommendations to chart the way forward for the education sector. “What we want to see is that all views from […]

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The Ministry of Education on Tuesday, November 15, announced days, dates, sessions and duration of the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KEPSEA) exam. The exams just like KCPE exams will be done in three days starting on Monday, November 28, 2022 and commence on Wednesday, November 30, 2022. The test will be done by the pioneer […]

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