According to the government, the classification of the school as a national school, additional district or district can be revoked.
President William Ruto said the CBC would advise the government on the matter in a speech he read on his behalf to head teachers attending the Mombasa conference. Dr Belio Kipsang is the Secretary General of the Ministry of Education.
“One of the biggest problems in this categorization are some districts, districts, regency and national schools.
It is all our schools, so the presidential party should look into the issue of classifying schools and see if it is necessary,” he said.
If the government removes the categorization of secondary schools, the entry of high-achieving students into extra county schools will be stopped.
As a result, Sub-County school teachers will also have the opportunity to work together with smart students because the selection process does not follow national schools.
It can produce the high quality prices that TSC often uses to advertise.
The fact that the ministry usually identifies misbehaving students will be good news for teachers who are on task forces because of their school’s poor performance.
Teachers in Sub-county and County Schools whose infrastructure is old do not benefit from categorization, making it difficult to apply.
Second, low-performing Sub-county schools could attract state attention, which could lead to increased funding directed toward building new facilities and hiring more teachers.