Education officials have discovered that fake examination papers were still circulating in some parts of the country.
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha said that some centre managers were confusing students Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George MagohaFake Examination PapersHoma Bay CountySitna Omari and Davis Langat Read on
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha has warned a section of schools heads, bent on trying to use all means to cheat in the ongoing KCSE examination not to think Bernard MunyaoEducation Cabinet Secretary Prof George MagohaExam CheatingKCPEKCSE examinationKenol in Murang’a Read on
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha today supervised the commencement of this year’s national exams assuring the nation that the examination is well secured and its integrity is unquestionable.
Speaking at Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George MagohaKianjau primary schoolNational Exams Read on
The government has assured artisans who were awarded tenders to make desks for both primary and secondary schools that it will pay for all deliveries.
Speaking during the inspection of the Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George MagohaTuwan girls’ secondary school in Kitale Read on
The Government is in the process of coming up with a new education calendar plan that seeks to recover the lost 2020 education year ahead of the January full School Commission for Science Technology and Innovation (NACOSTI)Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha Read on