Nairobi — Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has directed the Kenya National Examination Council to avail school-specific studies for Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA)via January 16 to assist faculties formulate well timed interventions.

Machagu mentioned the studies will have to be availed on respective college portals to permit college managers get a hold of essential intervention to reinforce finding out results for Grade VI pupils progressing to Grade VII labeled below junior secondary training.

“Grade 6 candidates who sat for the inaugural Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) will receive their reports by January 16, 2023,” CS Machogu said.

Prior to his directive, Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) Chief Executive Officer David Njengere introduced that the Grade VI effects will probably be in the type of 3 studies; specifically candidate-specific, school-specific and nationwide studies.

The announcement adopted a coverage resolution via President William Ruto who on December 1 directed that Grade 6 exams will best be used for interior analysis of scholars and now not for placement in Junior Secondary Schools.

The President’s directive got here after he won an intervening time record from the Presidential Working Party on Education Reform, which entailed a number of suggestions synthesized from public participation.

The President mentioned Grade 6 review will probably be used to track finding out growth and supply comments to training sector gamers on spaces that require intervention.