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KNUT secretary crystal clear on Junior Secondary Schools domiciled in primary schools.
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KNUT secretary crystal clear on Junior Secondary Schools domiciled in primary schools.

The Kenya National Union of Teachers has defended the move by the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms to have Junior Secondary Schools domiciled in primary schools.

This is after a section of secondary school teachers posted as JSS teachers in primary schools faulted the decision.

The teachers sought that JSS be domiciled in senior secondary schools instead.

Knut secretary general Collins Oyuu said the decision to place JSS under Comprehensive School was arrived at based on research conducted by highly experienced educational and economics experts.

“The research also included in-depth benchmarking and public participation,” Oyuu said.

Oyuu said the recommendations mean well for the education system in Kenya.

He spoke on Sunday at Knut House in Nairobi where the union held its National Executive Council meeting. 

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