The Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development has announced that the National exams will be set according to the syllabus covered.

According to KICD Deputy Director Olive Mbuthia, parents and candidates should not worry about the end of year national examinations but instead focus on learning according to their environment.

He defended the government’s move not to postpone KCPE and KCSE national examinations even as schools remain shut at least until June this year.

Students doing their National Exams

The KICD boss said the Government is seeking a solution following complaints from parents whose children can not access virtual learning.

Over 15 million learners have remained at home since mid-March after President Uhuru Kenyatta directed that all learning institutions be closed following the outbreak of coronavirus.

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