9 February 2013

Kenya: Polls Will Disrupt Teaching - Dons

TEACHERS have expressed fears that the general election will disrupt the school calendar making completion of the syllabus an uphill task.

Speaking during form one selection at the Kisumu Polytechnic, national chairman of Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association John Awiti, Kuppet Homabay executive secretary Eliud Ochieng' and Kisumu chairman Zablon Awange said the election will disrupt learning in many public schools. "We do not know how government intends to compensate learning time lost by the students," he said.

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