KNEC Primary school teachers to take part in KCSE monitoring and review new pay scales
KCSE is overseen by elementary school teachers, and Knec dispels rumors.
The Kenya Second Certificate of Education (KCSE) supervision and monitoring will continue to involve primary school instructors.
This information comes as reports about the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) prohibiting elementary school teachers from administering the KCSE 2023 exams are spreading on social media.
According to him, secondary school teachers should take the KCSE, while elementary school teachers should take the Kenya Certificate of elementary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Primary Education Assessment (KPSEA).
However, Knec has approved the hiring of primary school teachers to serve as KCSE 2023 supervisors.
All teachers sent out to conduct KCSE exams, according to Knec, should assume their new positions, log onto the CP2 site, and print the deployment letter.
2,23,223 individuals, according to the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), have been chosen to serve as invigilators and invigilators for the 2023 national test.
37,731 instructors were chosen as judges, according to the committee.
The 2.3 million students who will take the KCPE and KCSE exams this year will have their national exams administered by Knec.
A total of 1,415,315 applicants will take the KCPE exam, and a further 903,260 applicants will take the KCSE exam.
David Njengere, the chief executive of the Kenya National Examinations Council, stated that candidates, including the 1,282,574 grade 6 children who will take the KPSEA, are being prepared. For the KCSE, KCPE, and KPSEA exams in 2023, 1,143 containers will be used.
The KPSEA and KCPE tests will be administered in 576 distribution locations or containers, according to Njengere.
The distribution of KCSE papers will involve 567 containers, he continued. KNEC Primary school teachers to take part in KCSE monitoring and review new pay scales
Since 13 newly constituted subdistricts lack containers, “the council has purchased an additional 82 containers to ensure that it facilitates the process,” said Njengere.
Machogu urged every member of the staff taking part in the national exam to perform their tasks with the highest professionalism and in accordance with predetermined standards. He declared that the Ministry would punish anyone guilty of workplace misconduct.
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