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Fabricate CBA Results at Your Own Risk, KNEC Warns Teachers

The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) has issued a stern warning to public and private primary school teachers against uploading cooked scores on its portal.

Knec has threatened to take appropriate action against schools and teachers found guilty of uploading fabricated scores.

This followed complaints by a section of parents that some primary schools are not uploading genuine marks scored by their children.

The parents accused schools of falsifying learners scores while in Grades 3,4,5 and now in 6. These however remain to be allegations till proved by tangible evidence.

Further, the parents claim that the schools are taking advantage of the School Based Assessments (SBA) to draw money from the parents.

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According to the parents, the school heads are demanding huge sums of money and resources from them for projects and practicals, against Ministry of Education directives.

Knec has in several occasions asked schools to use locally available resources to implement the project and practical·works.

Some schools are said to collect up to a tune of one thousand shilling per learner for purposes of conducting the project work and exams.

The Grade 6 learners are currently sitting for their national written assessment tests which end on 9th September.

Knec has given schools till 16th September to upload the learners scores on its portal. The examiner says it is monitoring its servers to ensure the uploading exercise is successful and on time.

The scores will be added to the ones they did in Grade 4 and 5 and KPSEA exams to be done in November to determine the placement of learners in junior secondary next year.

The Grade 6 learners have already done their projects and practicals which are also part of the national assessment.

For Grade 6 the practical activity in Art and Craft was about Making a marrionete. In Homescience it was about Stewing.

In Music it was about Performing a folk song. In Science and Technology, it was about Modeling a circulatory system.

And finally in PE it was about Front crawl in Swimming, Rope skipping and two-handed catch in Handball. Schools are required to upload the project and practical work on the knec portal by 16th September.

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