Government Through The MoE Issue Stern Warning To Principals Against The Following.
The government has issued a warning to the Principals not to admit students or learners without a formal transfer from their former schools.
The Government has given a serious warning to all secondary school principals not to admit any student to their schools without a fully filled formal transfer form from their former schools.
The Ministry of Education states that the directive would help in curbing indiscipline cases that have contributed largely to students unrest or arson cases reported in boarding secondary schools across the Nation.
Dr Julius Jwan Principal Secretary Ministry of Education issued a circular to all Regional and County Directors on the same directive yesterday. Before admitting a new student ( continuing students) principals must insist on a formal release letter.
He added that any student involved in any disciplinary issues must not transfer to a different school.
The ministry of education further directed that the board of management in every secondary school must come up with measures to curb indiscipline and convene the resolutions with the respective county directors.
Every school to come up with or make use of proper communication channels to address all the issues within the institution including the grievances raised by learners.
Dr Jwan further echoed what professor Magoha said last week on Monday. That the government will not contribute or take part in the repairing of damaged school property. The parents will shoulder the entire cost.