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Saturday, 19 November 2016

Kenyan parents to face harsh penalties for not taking their children to school

Kenyan senate has concluded debate on a bill that proposes to fine parents who do not send their children to school at the age of 3, to face 1 year imprisonment or pay a fine of about 1000 US dollars as a way of punishing disobedience.
According to a report by cctv.africa, admission fees and entry exams for joining early childhood education in the area, have been removed in the new bill to allow easy access of education, for the Kenyan children.

The new bill also aims to regulate and restore order in early learning by reforming nursery schools which are bombarded by high fees, unqualified teachers and undistinguished educational standards in the country.

Nursery school teachers will now be required to have diplomas from recognized institutions contrary to current teachers who are basic certificate holders and even some school drop outs.XX The staff will also be required to have a certificate of good conduct and a medical certificate that shows that they are of sound mind.

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) which recruits and regulates teachers in Kenya will also be given the mandate to instil professionalism in the nurse school teaching faculty. “The teaching staff must be registered by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and recruited as teachers or care givers by the early childhood education recruitment committee,” reads the Bill.XSource: cctv.africa

16 comments:

Odibe Blessing said...

Hmmmmmmmmmmm

RAPHAEL MR RAG AYUBA said...

Its not enough to punish them, they should also provide a favourable climate for the parents to send their children to school......

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Iphie Abraham said...

Chei! They should bring pass such bill into law in naija o











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olumide abiodun said...

Okay. That's a good one. Every child deserves to get an education. At least till Secondary level.


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Chizzy Liz said...

**********************lol*****Kenya kwa !

livingstone chibuike said...

Parents born wat u can train o

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

We need this law in Nigeria too!

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Good

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Brodly Benzion said...

i think other african countries are moving forward leaving nigeria behind...20yrs to come kenya will have low rate of illiterates.
Good job..

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