Education CS Jacob Kaimenyi says 5 national schools involved in KCSE exam irregularities

Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has said five national schools had candidates who were involved in irregularities during the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations.

While releasing the KCSE results on Tuesday, Mr Kaimenyi said 2,975 candidates committed exam irregularities countrywide.

He said 209 students were caught with unauthorised materials, 179 were found with mobile phones in the examination rooms while 20 impersonated candidates.

Mr Kaimenyi said the overall performance for 2014 candidates improved from those who sat for the examination in 2013

A total of 3,073 candidates scored A in 2014 compared to 2,722 who sat for KCSE in 2013.

The CS said 149, 717 candidates scored C+ and above.

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KCSE Ranking
by: Lee Maina

Mr kaimenyi and your knec members and kuppet and knut involved you are a big shame to this country.

I hope you all watch games what is the need to rank the best and the poor performing team ? It is so as to let the poor performers put more effort.

Rank schools else we are doing nothing teachers will relax else rank subject by subject school to school to see teachers who are not working.

KCSE Ranking of Schools
by: Joshua Alfred

Kaimenyi and your people stop killing the morale of education in Kenya. Ranking of schools makes students and teachers work extra hard to outdo the other schools and without ranking them there will be no healthy competition beware of the never hard working students they are likely to drop from their school. Ranking of schools to be introduced back.

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