Normally, students scoring less than 250 marks in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education held annually countrywide, miss out on the opportunities to join Secondary schools. So they are forced to either drop out and start working, get married, or wait for a couple years to join tertiary and vocational colleges if opportunities open up. the performance in rural schools is such that almost 20 out of 40 students sitting for KCPE could score less than 250 marks. Without the nearby secondary schools, the community risk having more than 50% students in each age group, losing the opportunity for a bright future.
- Post published:April 24, 2021
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- Post last modified:April 24, 2021