Parents and Students Wake Up to Disheartening News from the Ministry of Education

This Tuesday, both public and private schools will open their doors. School administrators have been complaining about the unsustainable economy, which makes it difficult for them to run their schools effectively. Parents are also complaining about the high cost of living. With the increasing cost of fuel, transport has also risen making them spend more. As of today, the Treasury Chief Secretary has not released the terms of two batches of government injections to institutions.

Teachers who marked the 2021 KCSE exams in April of this year have not been paid either.Students will have a one-week break three weeks after reopening to allow for the election process, as the majority of polling stations are located in schools. Students will then resume the second half of the semester for two weeks before it concludes on September 16th. Some parents may be forced to take drastic measures if they pay fees for the third time this year.

Parents are urging the government to consider the economy in which many people are struggling to raise funds for their children’s education.

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