The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: School Heads to Meet Over Fees Increase

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Education stake holders have asked the government to consider increasing capitation fee for each student in the country (file photo).

Heads of Schools are meeting next week to deliberate on what to do due to the increase in the number of national schools and to decide if they will adjust fees among other issues.

Primary School Heads Association Chairman Joseph Karuga says they will also discuss the rebuilding of schools damaged during the floods and how to handle the short school term due to the general election.

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