Exciting News for 2023 Exam Teachers
In a surprising change of events, the Education Committee, led by Julius Melly of Tinderet, has leapt into action within the august chambers of the National Assembly. What is their major goal?
To expedite the delivery of monies meant for the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) from the Ministry of National Treasury and Planning. Their purpose is simple: to ensure that examiners receive their well-deserved pay as soon as possible after faithfully fulfilling their job.
The primary factor behind this educational reform, Julius Melly, openly declared, “We insist that the National Treasury allocates the necessary resources to compensate Examiners as soon as they complete their tasks.”
We’ve made it quite clear to the council that this can only happen with additional funding. “Treasury, take note: we cannot involve Examiners without critical financial support for KNEC,” People Daily stated.
Consider this a ray of optimism, a breakthrough for examiners who have been frustrated by delayed payouts, a factor that has dampened their excitement.
Finally, the goal of this paper is to shed light on the current situation of Kenya’s education sector. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and insights on this critical development.