ADHERE TO FEES GUIDELINES, NO TUITION - KAIMENYI WARNS TEACHERS



In a circular dated July 27, Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has directed all county directors of education to ensure all secondary schools in their regions comply with the fees guidelines that were published in a Gazette notice issued on March 10 and ensure that the ban on holiday tuition is enforced.

 "With government capitation of Sh 12,870 for regular schools and Sh32,600 for special needs schools, the maximum payable fees by parents should be Sh 9,374 for day schools, Sh53,553 for boarding schools and Sh37,210 for special needs schools," he said.
He said schools were supposed to spread the fees in the three terms at the ratio of 50:30:20.
 "You are required to ensure no schools, without exception, in your jurisdiction conduct holiday tuition," he stated. He claimed that holiday tuition had been turned into a “commercial enterprise through which teachers earn illegal income”.
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