School Principals Sends Harsh Warning To Magoha

School heads have warned Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha not to be rude and arrogant, blaming the increased incidences of school unrest on his presumed arrogance.

 

Magoha, according to the Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET), disregards his juniors’ intelligence and acts on his own will.

 

The principals indicated that they encouraged the CS to close schools before incidences of student misbehavior escalated.

 

“The CS doesn’t really pay any attention to county and sub-county education directors or principals.” Every day, school infrastructure is being damaged. Whenever we ask him to let us send the learners home, he refuses and insists that schools continue as usual.

 

“We encourage Magoha to reevaluate his harsh approach because the burden is being borne by the parents,” KUPPET official Sabala Inyeni added. Inyeni is the manager of the KUPPET Vihiga branch.

 

Teachers were fatigued, according to the principals, and they needed a rest from the rigorous study regimen that the CS instituted after schools reopened.

 

“The CS doesn’t really pay any attention to county and sub-county education directors or principals.” Every day, school infrastructure is being damaged. Whenever we ask him to let us send the learners home, he refuses and insists that schools continue as usual.

 

“We encourage Magoha to reevaluate his harsh approach because the burden is being borne by the parents,” KUPPET official Sabala Inyeni added. Inyeni is the manager of the KUPPET Vihiga branch.

 

Teachers were fatigued, according to the principals, and they needed a rest from the rigorous study regimen that the CS instituted after schools reopened.

 

Magoha is now under pressure to provide answers that would put an end to the current string of school fires across the country. Wilson Sossion, former Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and Nominated MP, urged Magoha to propose answers rather than blaming parents and teachers.

 

In Nov 2, Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) Chairperson Indimuli Kahi said that the Ministry of Education failed in its supervisory function by failing to account for half-term breaks in the new learning schedule. The calendar was created when we asked the pandemic response committee to review the opening of schools.

 

Magoha is now under pressure to provide answers that would put an end to the current string of school fires across the country. Wilson Sossion, former Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and Nominated MP, urged Magoha to propose answers rather than blaming parents and teachers.

 

In Nov 2, Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) Chairperson Indimuli Kahi said that the Ministry of Education failed in its supervisory function by failing to account for half-term breaks in the new learning schedule. The calendar was created when we asked the pandemic response committee to review the opening of schools. At that time,

 

Magoha is now under pressure to provide answers that would put an end to the current string of school fires across the country. Wilson Sossion, former Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and Nominated MP, urged Magoha to propose answers rather than blaming parents and teachers.

In Nov 2, Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) Chairperson Indimuli Kahi said that the Ministry of Education failed in its supervisory function by failing to account for half-term breaks in the new learning schedule. The calendar was created when we asked the pandemic response committee to review the opening of schools.

We didn’t realize we’d missed half-term break until it was too late “said Kahi

In return, Magoha stated that schools would not be closed and directed parents and schools to rebuild burned-out structures.

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