5 February 2013

Kenya: Tivet Is the Next Option for Those Locked Out of Secondary School

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.

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