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14 education reforms listed by the State House for implementation by this time.

14 education reforms listed by the State House for implementation by this time.

The Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms, a group that President WilliamsRuto formed in order to carry out his campaign-season promises to overhaul the education industry, has submitted its final report. The recommendations in the study must be carried out completely and by the specified deadline, according to President Ruto’s instructions.

Here are a few of the suggestions:

  1. Lower primary learning areas will be cut from nine to seven, upper primary from twelve to eight, junior school from fourteen to nine, and senior school from seven to five.
  2. Increase in school capitation as follows: Introduce Ksh 1,170 in capitation for Pre-Primary, Ksh 2,238 in double capitation for Primary level, Ksh 15,043 in capitation for Junior School, Ksh 22,527 in capitation for Senior School (Day), Ksh 19,800 in capitation for Special Needs Institutions (SNE) (Day), and Ksh 38,280 in capitation for SNE (Boarding). Every three years, the capitation and grants will be revised.
  3. Introduce a minimum package of necessities to help schools whose enrollment is below the ideal level. Pre-primary students should budget Ksh. 70,200; primary students should budget Ksh. 537,120; junior students should budget Ksh. 2,030,805; senior students should budget Ksh. 3,041,145; and students with special needs should budget Ksh. 1,890,000.
  4. The Ministry of Education will implement a comprehensive education system (PP1–Grade 9) that combines preschool, primary school, and junior high under one administrative umbrella. The words “Secondary” should be removed from “Junior Secondary School” and “Senior Secondary School.”
  5. Assist the Kenya Basic Education Bursaries and Scholarship Council in coordinating grants and scholarships.
  6. Make a three (3) month community service requirement for seniors before they enroll in tertiary institutions.
  7. After completing tertiary education, mandate nine (9) months of community service. Before starting a job, you should provide proof of compliance by issuing a certificate.
  8. Stop classifying public secondary schools as National, Extra-county, County, or Sub-County and start classifying Senior Schools according to vocational trajectories.
  9. Establish a one-year internship requirement prior to teacher registration and a one-year mandatory retraining program for pre-service training graduates to be CBC-compliant.
  10. In order to address equitable access and inclusion in education, adopt a sustainable financing strategy for university education that incorporates grants/scholarships, loans, and household payments for diverse groups of students as vulnerable, severely needy, needy, and less needy.
  11. Enact the Tertiary Education Placement and finance Bill to combine the TVET Fund, UFB, and HELB for more effective higher education finance.
  12. Create avenues for continuity between TVET and Universities and vice versa. Institutionalize connections between TVETs and businesses and government projects.
  13. To improve equitable access, develop recommendations for accelerated education programs for learners with special needs, adults, and continuing education.
  14. Increase KNEC’s internal ability to print national assessments.

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