School heads conference kicks off in Mombasa



By Franco Kundu

The Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) 42nd annual convention has kicked off in Mombasa with the agenda of discussing various steps made in the sector, including the proposed overhaul of the 8-4-4 curriculum.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to officially launch the conference on Tuesday.

The five-day conference under the theme “Education reforms in Kenya, Walking the Policy Talk”brings together school heads from across the 47 counties to discuss happenings in the education sector.

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KESSHA National Chairman Indimuli Kahi has said that approximately 10,000 secondary school principals from across the 47 counties and a further 3,000 exhibitors are attending the conference.

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Teachers unions, heads are among delegates attending the conference which ends on Friday.


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