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KCSE 2021/2022/2023 top ranking secondary schools in Baringo County

KCSE 2021/2022/2023 top ranking secondary schools in Baringo County Extra County Secondary Schools in Baringo County; School KNEC Code, Type, Cluster, and Category KCSE Best and Top Ranking Secondary Schools in Kenya- Are you looking for the list of the best and top performing secondary schools in Baringo County? Below is a list of all the best Secondary Schools in Baringo County. The list features the best schools plus their Knec codes. Extra County High schools form the second…

KCSE 2020: 27 TSC Teachers Dismissed and Deregistered for Leaking Exam Papers as KCSE comes to an end

KCSE 2020: 27 TSC Teachers Dismissed and Deregistered for Leaking Exam Papers as KCSE comes to an end Disturbing news hitting our newsdesk this afternoon indicate that more than 27 TSC employed teachers will henceforth miss their daily bread since they went against the TSC code of conduct during the administration of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE exams this year. The 27 teachers who have been fired have been convicted for propelling exam irregularities during the administration of the 2021 KCSE…

KCSE 2020/2021 Knec Results List of Shame; Official List of Schools Involved in KCSE exam malpractice, names of arrested Knec Contracted…

KCSE 2020/2021 Knec Results List of Shame; Official List of Schools Involved in KCSE exam malpractice, names of arrested Knec Contracted Professionals and Possible Outcomes, CS Magoha CS Magoha releases a list of schools implicated for cheating during the KCSE 2021 national exams Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has today released an official list of six secondary schools that have so far been implicated for exam malpractices during the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education…

KCSE Top 100 schools in Kenya 2020/2021

KNEC News 2021: KCSE Top 100 schools in Kenya 2020/2021 Here is the list of KCSE top performing schools in 2021 as per their latest mean scores They say that success is relative. However, in Kenya, the 8-4-4 education system which is slowly being phased out has proven that the success and net worth of a school is heavily dependent on the overall mean score posted by its candidates during the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education,KCSE, Knec examinations administered across the country every year. Since it…