Monday, July 22, 2024

LANJET PRE-MOCKS TERM 1 2024 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS.

LANJET PRE-MOCKS TERM 1 2024 QUESTIONS &...

EXTENDED HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENTS TERM 1 2024 FORM 3 Q&A.

EXTENDED HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENTS TERM 1 2024 FORM...

EXTENDED HOLIDAY ASSIGMENTS FORM 2 TERM 1 2024.

EXTENDED HOLIDAY ASSIGMENTS FORM 2 TERM 1...

Become a member

Get the best offers and updates relating to Liberty Case News.

― Advertisement ―

spot_img

LANJET PRE-MOCKS TERM 1 2024 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS.

LANJET PRE-MOCKS TERM 1 2024 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS. GET THE MARKING SCHEMES AND MORE RESOURCES ON WHATSAPP. We bring you the necessary materials that you can...
HomeNewsSchools Refrain From Offering Form One Slots

Schools Refrain From Offering Form One Slots

Schools Refrain From Offering Form One Slots

Schools Refrain From Offering Form One Slots

Basic Education Principal Secretary (PS) Jwan Julius announced drastic changes in school boards amid alleged interference by outside forces. Schools Warned Against Giving Out Form One Slots

Secondary school principals have been warned not to award Form One slots belonging to students who have not reported.

In a circular issued on Wednesday, Basic Education PS Dr Julius Jwan stated that the slots would be assigned to students until Education CS Prof George Magoha stated otherwise.

“Because of 100 per cent transition, schools shall not replace any student who fails to turn up until the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Education declares the exercise is over,” read the statement.

Dr. Jwan said that beneficiaries of Elimu Scholarships should have their places reserved until they report

The information is contained in a circular dated May 4 and distributed to all County Directors of Education.

It is also forwarded to the Education Cabinet Secretary, the Chief Administrative Secretary, the Chief Executive Officer of the Teachers Service Commission, and the Regional Directors of Education.

The officials have been directed to ensure that the information is communicated to all schools across the country.

Dr. Jwan stated that the process, which began nationwide on May 4, will continue until a complete transition is achieved.

During the exercise, Dr. Jwan directed the schools to submit daily admissions reports to the County Directors of Education using a template provided to them, with information on all students admitted uploaded to the National Education Management Information System.

He asked schools to ensure that internal systems are in place to support new students, particularly those who are vulnerable or have special needs.

More than 1.2 million students are expected to start secondary school this year.