Kaimenyi faulted on non-formal schools guidelines

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  • They said despite a consultative forum between them and the CS at Egerton University in March 2014 which came up with several suggestions on the running of Alternative Provision of Basic Education and Training (APBET) schools, Prof Kaimenyi went ahead to give his own regulations.
  • According to Mr Anthony Mugodo who is the director of Legal services at Bridge International Academies which runs 405 informal low cost schools in the country, the Egerton meeting also agreed that the schools be given three years to have 50 per cent of their teachers registered with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) but the new guidelines are contrary to that agreement.

As section of education stakeholders now want an immediate review of non-formal schools guidelines released in June this year.


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