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Discussions from the current annual conference are desired by head teachers.

Discussions from the current annual conference are desired.

Secondary school administrators urge the government to pay all outstanding capitation amounts going back to the fiscal year 2021–2022.

Secondary school administrators urge the government to pay all outstanding capitation amounts going back to the fiscal year 2021–2022.

Discussions from the current annual conference are desired by head teachers.

According to Indimuli Kahi, chairman of the Kenya Secondary School Heads Association, the government presently owes schools at least Sh9,000 per student as unpaid balances from the fiscal year 2020–2021.

“Each student’s Sh22,244 capitation has not been paid in full. Like how there is still a balance in the year 2020–2021, which is sorely needed. Per pupil, we have been receiving roughly Sh17,000. “Now the government owes us almost Sh9,000 per student,” Kahi remarked.

Discussions from the current annual conference are what headteachers want.

According to Indimuli Kahi, chairman of the Kenya Secondary School Heads Association, the government presently owes schools at least Sh9,000 per student as unpaid balances from the fiscal year 2020–2021.

“Each student’s Sh22,244 capitation has not been paid in full. Like how there is still a balance in the year 2020–2021, which is sorely needed. Per pupil, we have been receiving roughly Sh17,000. “Now the government owes us almost Sh9,000 per student,” Kahi remarked.

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