Kepsa oppose bid to extend first term
20 March 2013, 16:05
Nairobi - Daily Nation reports proposals to have first term extended to compensate for time lost during the election period have been opposed by private schools.
According to Kenya Private Schools Association (Kepsa) chief executive officer Peter Ndoro, the move by head teachers particularly from public schools pushing for the additional time was not applicable to the private institutions.
Ndoro said extending the closure date would interfere with the entire academic calendar for this year, instead the affected schools should come up with ways to recover the lost days within the official days, for this term.
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