The close to 200 thousand KCPE candidates who will not make it to secondary school have an option of joining a Technical, Industrial, Vocational, Entrepreneurship Training Institute. Education Minister Mutula Kilonzo says Kenya has so far only managed a transition rate of 77% from primary to secondary as the number of slots available in secondary schools is less.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Tivet Is the Next Option for Those Locked Out of Secondary SchoolBy Nelly Gitau, 5 February 2013
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