As we all know, the new education curriculum replaced the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) with the Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA).
As a result, the Kenya National Examination Commission has issued a warning to teachers across the country about registering grade six students.
According to reports, teachers are obligated to provide the examination board with accurate information for students with special needs in order to avoid future problems with the information.
The data will be used to determine the number of students with special needs, those from low-income families, and those who require immediate support in their individual schools.
The KNEC registration period is slated to finish on May 14, 2022. This means that school administrators only have a few days to register their schools.