MoE Issues Statement on Admission of Non KCPE Candidates
MoE Issues Statement on Admission of Non KCPE Candidates. The Ministry of Education has stated that all learners should secure a chance in a secondary school in Kenya.
To: All Sub County Directors of Education
PLACEMENT OF 2023 KCPE EXAMINATION REGISTERED CANDIDATES WHO DID NOT SIT FOR THE EXAMINATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
The Ministry of Education is committed to implementing its policy of 100% transition of all students in primary education as well as ensuring equality and fairness for all students.
The ministry has therefore prepared arrangements for all candidates who have registered for the KCPE 2023 examination but failed for various reasons and are ready to transfer to secondary education.
In this context, the Ministry issues the following instructions on the matter:
The Ministry of Education placed all 2,564 applicants
2023 KCPE and have been certified by their respective principals as available to sit for the secondary school supplementary examination to join Form One.
Principals of the schools in which the students have been selected should allow them to join the first year and ensure that they present the students for the KCSE Qualification Test before the end of the third year school year;
This provision applies exclusively to candidates who have registered for the KCPE 2023 examination and are in the KNEC database, with proof that they did not appear for the examination.
My office will issue a list of candidates for each subdistrict for your information;
At the end of the first period, the regional directors will prepare a report to the Ministry on the applicants in their respective sub-regions, indicating for each applicant the high school to which they were accepted.
Please ensure the implementation of the directive as directed.
Dr. Belio R. Kipsang, CBS