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Principals Not To Send Students Home For School Fees, Government Has Provided All The Required Learning Resources: MOE Says


Principals Not To Send Students Home For School Fees, Government Has Provided All The Required Learning Resources: MOE Says.

The Ministry of Education has asked the school heads not to send students home for school fees asking the school heads to acknowledge the capitation of funds received in schools by the government.

Speaking on Tuesday during the Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KESSHA) conference at Sheikh Zayed Hall in Mombasa, Director in charge of secondary education Paul Kibet asked the school heads to confirm the capitation of funds received in schools.

Kibet Revealed that 72 schools have never acknowledged the receipt of the funds since July last year despite of receiving capitation from the government.

Director in charge of project coordination and Delivery Elijah Mungai asked the principals not to send learners at home for school fees as students reopen school next week from second mid term break.

Adding, Director in charge of school Audit Victoria Angwenyi said that the government has provided all the required learning resources to facilitate effective learning.

However, Kibet asked the school Principals to follow the laid down rules and regulations in Expelling Students, citing the complains from parents on the manner in which students are expelled from school.

Principals have been told to handle discipline cases appropriately through their deputies, indicating that an official from the ministry of education and student’s guardian must be present during the hearing of the discipline case.

Principals Not To Send Students Home For School Fees, Government Has Provided All The Required Learning Resources: MOE Says


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