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Junior School Principals Speak Out After The Release Of School Capitation

Junior School Principals Speak Out After The Release Of School Capitation.

Junior School Principals Speak Out After The Release Of School Capitation

Principals of Junior secondary schools have finally broken silence concerning the recently released JSS calibration. According to the report shared by the local media, Head teachers have claimed that the government released insufficient amounts of money to schools despite pending bills. A report that has sparked reactions among Kenyans across the country.

Therefore the principals have opposed guidelines issued by the government on how money released for Free Day Junior secondary school will be used. According to the report in a memo from ministry of Education, 3291.34 has been allocated for first term. Further each institution received an allocation of kshs 69596.

All heads were asked to confirm receipt of the funds by having individual students sign school lists per class that show they are present. However the school administration and heads have revealed that the money released is too little for Junior Secondary Schools the fact that the pending bills are high.

Principals of Junior secondary schools have finally broken silence concerning the recently released JSS calibration. According to the report shared by the local media, Head teachers have claimed that the government released insufficient amounts of money to schools despite pending bills. A report that has sparked reactions among Kenyans across the country.

All heads were asked to confirm receipt of the funds by having individual students sign school lists per class that show they are present. However the school administration and heads have revealed that the money released is too little for Junior Secondary Schools the fact that the pending bills are high.

Junior School Principals Speak Out After The Release Of School Capitation

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