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How to tame unrest among Secondary School Students | KTN News Desk Discussion

10th July, 2018

Cs for education ambassador Amina Mohamed yesterday issued a stern warning to students engaging in unrests, following the latest trends in boarding schools:

        •   All boarding schools to the double number of teachers on duty

        •   Criminal records to reflect on school leaving and future clearance certificates of offenders (students)

        •   Quality assurance officers in all counties to file daily reports on security situations in their regions 

        •   All acts of student unrest to be criminalized by the Directorate of Criminal


        •    Student criminal records to be reflected in