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RUTO EXPLAINS THE RISE IN SCHOOLS FEES

RUTO EXPLAINS THE RISE IN SCHOOLS FEES

Ruto explains the rise in school fees while supervising the Kikuyu KCPE launch.

Parents around the nation have received assurances from President William Ruto that there will be no rise in high school tuition.

Speaking to candidates on Monday morning at Kikuyu Township Primary School in Kiambu County, Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu affirmed that the Head of State, who was also there, had given his approval for the retention of the current high school rates.

All candidates taking the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) will, the CS promised, be guaranteed a spot in a high school as a consequence.

The annual tuition for students enrolled in national and extra-county schools will stay at Ksh53,000, while students accepted into county institutions will have to pay Ksh 45%.

“Your Excellency, I would like to reassure Kenyans that your administration is not raising the fees when kids go to Form 1. I have confirmed that exams have been administered to all institutions. “Everyone (the candidates) will be assigned to Form 1,” he promised.

“The school fees is Ksh53,000 for national and extra-county schools and Ksh45,000 for county schools.”

The CS also revealed that 1,415,315 students had enrolled to take the national exams. This will be the final KCPE exam to be administered in the nation since the exam’s inception in 1985.

Additionally, Machogu mentioned that all candidates who participated in the first Kenya Primary School Education Assessment would advance to Grade 7.

In attendance, Ruto gave the assurance that the state had prepared opportunities for every candidate, regardless of how well they did on the national exams.

“Exert yourself and do your hardest. As you proceed to the next level, complete the exam with the knowledge that every child in Kenya has an opportunity,” he said to the younger participants.

“Every child in Kenya has access to a place where they can continue their education and advance to the next level. I want every youngster in Kenya to have that kind of confidence.”

Parents had previously expressed concern about pressure from principals to raise school fees in response to rising living expenses.

It was reported that the principals were engaging in unscrupulous practices, like raising the price.

It has been reported that the principals were engaging in unscrupulous practices, like driving up the price of school uniforms and compelling parents to purchase the supplies from particular stores.

Ruto explains the rise in school fees while supervising the Kikuyu KCPE launch.

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