29 January 2013
Kenya: Transition Numbers From Primary to Secondary Still an Issue
By Nelly Gitau
Approximately 70% of candidates who sat last years KCPE exam will make it to secondary school.
Educationist John Mugo says increase in enrollment to primary schools directly affects those who join secondary school. Mugo says the government should increase the quality of village polytechnics for candidates who don't perform well to attain skilled labour.
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