The Primary School Education Assessment (PSEA) replaced the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) as the primary national examination under the new education curriculum in Kenya (KPSEA).
Following the implementation of the aforementioned amendments, the Kenya National Examination Commission has lately advised instructors around the country to exercise caution when registering grade six students.
According to sources, all teachers are required to give the examination board with accurate information about students with special needs in order to avoid future problems with the information that has been registered.
According to the KNEC, teachers are responsible for categorizing students with special needs and registering their information in accordance with the guidelines that have been supplied.
This information will be utilized to identify and support the known number of students with special needs, those from disadvantaged backgrounds, and those who require immediate assistance at their respective educational institutions.
The registration period is slated to conclude on May 14, 2022, according to current expectations. As a result, headteachers only have a few days left to register their respective schools with the state.
Schools are asked to comply as soon as possible, before the registration window closes completely.
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