Leaders and educationists have called on learning institutions to embrace equal opportunities for both genders in schools to boost performance across Kenya. Speaking during a thanks giving ceremony at Moi high school Kabarak, Baringo Senator Gideon Moi sought to debunk the belief that single-sex schools perform better. He said providing equal opportunities in learning institutions are the only way to bridge the performance gap in schools. The school posted a mean grade of b+ with a performing index of 9.7 with 312 candidates, out of the registered 324 securing places in various universities in the country. Two students had a plain while 93 students scored a-.