About 680 adult learners in Mombasa County will sit for the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) as private candidates.
Speaking to Education News recently, Mombasa County Director of Adult Education Mr. Franklin Karanja said out of the 680 private candidates who will sit for the two national examinations, 400 of them will sit for the KCSE while 280 candidates will for KCPE.
He further asked adult education teachers in the region to prepare their learners well for the forthcoming examinations so as to enable them to excel.
The CDAE however, advised the candidates to study extra harder in order to post impressive results in their national examinations.
Mr. Karanja asked parents in the region to enroll their children who dropped out of school a little while ago into literacy centers across the County to advance their education.
He advised adult education teachers to form Adult Education Advisory Committees in a bid to recruit more adult learners in the Literacy Centers.
By Tsozungu Kombe
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