Release of KCSE 2020/2021 Results to delay Because of these

Teachers marking the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams at two institutions in Nairobi are slow as they demand higher fees.
Teachers at Moi Girls ’Secondary School staged a protest on Monday evening as those at the State House girls’ school unloaded their equipment on Tuesday morning, a move that appears to delay the release of national examination results. Testers were scheduled to complete the marking today (Tuesday).

Teachers demanded an increase in tuition fees for each paper written, as well as an accident allowance as they marked the tests under the Covid-19 cloud.

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha last month promised that the results would be released on Monday next week. However, sources told news yetu that the program will be released on Friday this week.

Prior to marking, the Secretary-General of the Kenya Union of Post Primary Teachers, Akelo Misori, had called for an increase in teacher grants for Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Agriculture, Building and Construction, Music and Home Science, saying they were putting their lives at risk. during practicals.

“Marking prices for each script should be increased by at least 50 percent, given the current inflation rate. Paper like Chemistry Paper 1 earns only Sh51 examiner, Maths Sh57 for both papers, and English Paper 1 Sh58, ”he said in a statement.

Mr Misori also called for a review of the reimbursement for the management and management of facilities from ASAL as many areas were expanded, forcing some to walk up to 200 kilometers to reach their schools.

“The estimated vehicles to be reviewed by teachers in districts such as the Wajir and Tana River,” he said.
Kuppet also demanded that the organizers’ money, now Sh500, be increased along with their deputies.

The acting chief executive of the Kenya National Examinations Council, Mercy Karogo, had not yet responded to our questions about the strike at the time of publication.

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