By Alfred Kimosop.
Ministry of Education has been lauded for rooting out examination malpractices.
Kabarak University Acting Vice Chancellor, Henry Kiplagat said the ministry had through Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiang’i walked the talk in fighting cheating and allowing students to do exams under same conditions.
He, however, prodded the ministry to look into the drop in performance of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination nationally.
The VC said the grading of KCSE results should be done fairly regardless of schools they attended.
Kiplagat who spoke during a Thanks-Giving cum Prize-Giving ceremony reiterated that Sacho High School and Kabarak High School have always produced students who join reputable universities in Kenya and abroad.
Sacho High School Senior Principal, Richard Moindi assured the students that they would secure good courses in Kenyan universities. He advised them to heed the call of believing in God irrespective of circumstances.