With four days to the release of the 2012 KCPE results, anxiety is building over the performance of an exam that was sat for 3 weeks behind schedule owing to the nationwide teachers strike. Candidates from Tana Delta were most affected by the clashes that saw them flee for safety. The KNEC Bill was also signed to law to deal with exam malpractices in an effort to curb cheating during the exam period.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: 2012 KCPE PerformanceBy Nelly Gitau, 24 January 2013
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