CS education According to Ezekiel Machogu, primary schools continue to compile information on registered kids.
On Monday, Machogu spoke as he presided over Form 1 admission at St. George’s Girls in Nairobi.
“We will send the money as soon as we have the appropriate information on those eligible to register in junior secondary,” Machogu stated.
For each student in Grade 7, primary schools would receive Sh15,042 in capitation payments.
We will give the funds to all junior secondary schools as soon as we have the necessary information, he stated.
More than 30,000 instructors will report to various schools this week, he emphasized.
According to the commission, 9,000 of the openings will be filled by permanent secondary school teachers, 1,000 by primary school teachers, and 21,550 by junior secondary school intern instructors.
Students that enroll in JSS will take 14 subjects, 12 of which are required.
Kiswahili, English, Mathematics, Science Integration, Health Education, Pre-Technical and Pre-Career, Social Studies, Business Studies, Agriculture, Life Skills Education, and Physical Education/Sports.
German, French, and Mandarin will all be introduced as elective subjects alongside native languages.
Computer science and performing/visual arts will be additional elective courses.
The subjects with the most hours allotted to them are English, Mathematics, and Social Studies, each of which has five classes each week.