GOOD NEWS FOR PARENTS AS TEACHERS SEND IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO GOVT
According to a report that was published not too long ago by a reputable news agency and quickly disseminated across a wide variety of social media platforms, school authorities are said to have sent their support for parents to the government via the Ministry of Education.
The most recent events on this front have brought attention to the calls made by school administrators for the government to rapidly disperse money for free elementary and secondary school education in advance of the 2024-2025 school year.
It has also been reported that Kahi Indimuli, the chair of the Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (Kessha), and Johnson Nzioka, the national chairman of the Kenya Primary School Head Teachers Association (Kepsha), have both emphasized that every child has the right to a free and compulsory basic education, as is required by Article 53 of the Constitution.
This is something that has been emphasized by Kahi Indimuli and Johnson Nzioka. Kahi Indimuli and Johnson Nzioka are both head teachers in Kenyan primary schools and are therefore members of the Kenya Primary School Head Teachers Association.
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