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Junior Secondary Education: Government to spend Ksh.9.6B in Public Schools

17th January, 2023

The Ministry of Education has advised parents and guardians who may be dissatisfied with Form One placements on the next action to take.

When releasing the Form One placement results in a statement on Monday, Education CS Ezekiel Machogu said dissatisfied parties may approach desired schools.

“Parents are asked to take their learners to the schools they have been placed in. Those who may not be satisfied may approach desired schools for assistance,” Machogu’s statement reads in part.

The Ministry of Education has also directed that all Form One students should report to schools between February 6 and February 13. CS Machogu also reiterated that all Form One students' details should be captured on the National Education Management System (NEMIS) by March 2.