Training Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha says the current year’s KCSE and KCPE tests will be led in April one year from now if schools are re-opened by September.
Showing up before the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on COVID-19, Prof. Magoha, notwithstanding, called attention to that there is a likelihood that schools probably won’t revive in September as expected because of the rising number of coronavirus cases.
He included that if the tests are not held in April 2021, it probably won’t be conceivable to have the tests held one year from now.
“We are taking a gander at the schedule at what time we can open schools and do tests, in the event that we opened in September we may do tests in April, past that it won’t be doable to do the tests,” said Magoha.
“In spite of the fact that we planned to open in September, starting at now I can’t state if that will be conceivable. At this stage, our numbers are going up, and we may have a top in September or October and we will choose if we would need to open our schools.”
The CS said in the event that the national tests won’t be finished by April 2021, “at that point we should be set up for what I would prefer not to state right now.”