MP wants Starehe punished over admission standoff
SEE ALSO :Revealed: New steps in school admissionsThe student scored 417 marks in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination. Stunning defiance The MP described the defiance by Starehe as stunning and wants its administration to explain why it cannot take directives from the Education ministry despite receiving funding from taxpayers. “I will personally petition Parliament to summon the Starehe Boys Centre management to explain why they denied the student a slot in Form One despite having successfully applied through National Education Management Information System (Nemis),” said the MP. Meanwhile, the centre has offered another student a slot to replace a boy it rejected last week. The school announced the offer yesterday as it explained its admission requirements. The requirements include selecting school as the first choice, completing the yellow form that sets out the family background and scoring the minimum entry mark. “Of the 24 candidates, 23 complied with the requirement and secured admission into Starehe. Only one did not comply and the case was referred back to the ministry for further action," stated the school.
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