Parents banned from visiting boarding schools ahead of National exams

where to find baclofen medicine. clomiphene, holland and barrett. atacand from canada. order zithromax. Three weeks to the commencement of the National exams, the government has banned parents from visiting boarding schools this term. The announcement by the Education Cabinet Secretary Amb. Amina Mohammed follows a stakeholders meeting in Nairobi, which also resolved that parents whose children will be found with mobile phones in school will be held personally responsible for their actions.

She said among other punitive measures include their children being suspended from school and such candidates will not be allowed to sit the examinations. The CS said only centre managers will be allowed to possess mobile phones during the duration of the examinations.

Addressing the media after the meeting, Amina said the Kenya National Parents Association will work with Boards of Management during this final countrywide sensitization process to discourage school visits and use of mobile phones in schools.

The meeting brought together the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), Kenya National Parents Association and Kenya Private Schools Association. More than 1.6 million candidates are expected to seat for the KCPE and KCSE examinations at the end of October.