Private schools to roll out medical cover for 2 million children
SEE ALSO :Send cash to private schools, State toldThe conference attracted more than 700 delegates from around the country. Minet Kenya Managing Director Sammy Muthui said the medical cover would include components for awareness on safety and security. At the same time, the private schools raised concern over the conflict between the Ministry of Education and its members who offer integrated curriculum, particularly Muslim educational institutions. Ms Kasanga said some Muslim schools were in conflict with the ministry for allegedly conducting tuition during school holidays while they were actually running madrassa lessons. “We consider this a small misunderstanding which has led to threats from the ministry, and we hope to sit down and resolve the problem,” he said.
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