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MoE will decide on the school’s dress code for students.

MoE will decide on the school’s dress code for students.

The Presidential Working Group on Education Reforms (PWGER) suggested that the Ministry of Education (MoE) be in charge of creating a thorough regulatory framework governing dress code throughout all educational levels.

According to a study provided to President Ruto by the committee led by Professor Munavu, collusion between suppliers and school administrations has led to school uniforms being an expensive burden for parents.

The cartel forces parents to buy uniforms from specific retailers that the school administration has approved.

Early this year, Moses Kuria, the Cabinet Secretary for Trade and Industry, prohibited schools from having uniform sales.

Kuria scolded schools severely for collaborating with uniform vendors and tailors to take advantage of parents.

He emphasized that teachers should place a high importance on the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) and intellectual pursuits.

Read more about TSC’s dissolution and creation of a department within the Ministry of Education.

According to Kuria, the Ministry of Education has been quite clear that our schools have no business selling uniforms. Instead, teachers should be focusing on academics, helping students make the transition to CBC, and other objectives the Ministry has set.

In response to criticisms from parents who claimed that schools had converted the uniform business into a lucrative enterprise for their own gain, he made the comment.

The parents protested that because they could only get uniforms from a few companies, the cost was greater than at other uniform suppliers.

In response to these concerns, Githunguri MP Gathoni Wamuchomba put out a proposal in March to make school uniforms available to all children.

Some schools, she continued, “require parents to deposit funds for uniforms into specific school accounts, excluding many children whose parents cannot afford.”

The congressman emphasized that children should have access to school uniforms at both public and private institutions.

She continued by saying that the escalating cost of uniforms has begun to strain average people’s budgets.

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