Kenya: Cash Disbursed for New National Schools
By Maureen Waruinge, 1 January 2013
Stakeholders in the Education sector concerned by the school calender (file photo).
The government has released 750 Million to thirty secondary schools which have been elevated to national schools status.
The thirty schools are being inspected to ensure they have facilities to enable them admit students this year. Education PS George Godia says the country will now have 78 national secondary schools. Each of the new national schools will also receive an additional 12 teachers to improve staffing.
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