7 January 2013

Kenya: Parents Want Fees Gazetted

Photo: Cindy Shiner/allAfrica
Education stake holders have asked the government to consider increasing capitation fee for each student in the country (file photo).

Fees structures for both secondary and primary schools should gazetted by the government. Parent's association Secretary General Musau Ndunda says parents are being extorted a lot of money by some schools heads, because there is no clear policy on regulating fees.

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