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Uasin Gishu Has Achieved 100 Percent Transition-CDE

Uasin Gishu County Director of Education Khalif Issak Hassan no says the county has achieved 100 percent transition.
Speaking to the press, Hassan said all students who sat for KCPE transited to form one.

“In Uasin Gishu county, we have achieved a one hundred percent transition and no student who sat for KCPE is still at home,” said the Uasin Gishu County Director of Education

Hassan said although Junior Secondary Schools, especially public-run institutions, had recently faced a myriad of challenges in the first term including; inadequate facilities such as laboratories, inadequate teachers, and insufficient learning materials the issue has been solved.
.” Our sub-county directors met with head teachers from various schools within the county for the training of the TSC registered teachers. They have now started working and learning has commenced in the junior secondary schools,” Uasin Gishu County Director of Education said.

he said that the government will provide textbooks for junior secondary school students.

“Out of the Sh 15000 issued by the government to each pupil in the junior secondary, Kshs 5000 will be used for infrastructural development while the rest will solve other challenges faced by students,” Khalif said.
He said over 800 teachers in Uasin Gishu have been deployed and 430 assigned to the junior secondary schools

” I thank all stakeholders who have ensured full transition in our schools. As of now teaching and learning activities have successfully resumed in all junior secondary schools in Uasin Gishu,” Khalif said.

“I call upon the media to contribute towards enhancing the education sector since value opinions from different aspects of life,” he said

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