Education CS Machogu Issue Fresh Directive To All School Heads. Cabinet Secretary for Education Ezekiel Machogu has instructed all head administrators to ensure that lessons are run for no longer than six hours on non-weekdays.
He urged that this official directive be followed by all elementary and secondary school teachers.
According to the education CS, classes should be held on weekdays from 8 am to 3:45 pm. This will allow for a teaching service that lasts about six hours. This approach seeks to keep students’ education from becoming erratic or constrained.
In a similar vein, he reminded the institutions that a large number of countries still do not have completely developed educational systems. Finland, for instance, has an excellent three-hour-per-day mandatory education program.
Machogu also emphasized the need of schools maintaining regular school hours so that students can take part in hands-on training activities and manage their own learning.
Education CS Machogu Issue Fresh Directive To All School Heads
In front of Mr. Indimuli Kahi, the executive of KESSHA, and other association representatives, the CS made these statements. The state branch of essential learning’s chief secretary, Dr. Belio Kipsang, was present.
Instructing the Machogu on teaching hours, Dr. Belio criticized KESSHA’s practice of distributing school funding among its members.
Several issues came up during the discussion, particularly from the KESSHA side, and Mr. Ndimuli criticised several of them. The following issues were among those that were raised:
- capital resources
- school dress
- the cost of the educational materials.
- managers of extracurricular activities
- assessing school funding
These were but a few of the issues that the affiliate believed the service should address. If the issues were fixed, Mr. Ndimuli guaranteed that administrators could run auxiliary schools successfully.