School heads! Listen up, because Member of Parliament (MP) Didmus Barasa has a strong message for you. He’s warning all you administrators against sending students packing just because they have some outstanding school fees. Yeah, you heard it right. No more waving goodbye to those little troublemakers!
In a recent press interview, MP Barasa emphasized the importance of keeping the students in class, especially after all that precious time lost during the Covid-19 lockdowns. He’s all about making up for lost ground and ensuring that these students get the education they deserve.
Now, here’s an interesting tidbit. MP Barasa proudly shared that over 40 storey structures have been constructed for Kimilili schools through the NG-CDF kitty. Talk about some serious dedication to improving the learning environment! The goal is to create a space where students can thrive and excel. Kudos to that!
MP Barasa is encouraging parents to enroll their children in local Junior Secondary School (JSS) institutions. And guess what? Most of these schools have already adapted to the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) criteria. It’s all about giving these students the best shot at success. Plus, he promised some funding from the NG-CDF kitty to support these endeavors. Cha-ching!
Here’s the scoop. MP Barasa acknowledges that there have been some grumblings about certain teachers charging extra fees. But fear not, parents! He’s got your back. He’s determined to address this issue head-on and ensure that education remains accessible and affordable for all.
But wait, there’s more. MP Barasa has gone above and beyond. In his quest to make government services more accessible to citizens, he has set aside a whopping Ksh10 million to establish a Huduma Centre. Yep, you heard that right. A Huduma Centre right in your neighborhood! No more long journeys and endless queues. Talk about convenience!
So, school heads, take note. Sending students home for unpaid fees is a no-go. MP Barasa is standing firm and making it clear that there will be consequences if anyone dares to cross that line. Let’s keep those classrooms buzzing with eager minds, and remember, education is the key to a brighter future.