KNEC Releases a Report on when Supervisors, Invigilators, and Center managers will be paid. Check Out
The 2022 KCSE, KCPE and KPSEA examinations will be held in November and December this year and the Kenya National Examinations Council, or KNEC, has released payment details for the contracted experts in charge of the examinations.
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) is paying teachers who contributed to this year’s examinations and assessments in February 2023.
Professionals paid by the board include teachers, drivers and security guards. Teachers are recruited as center managers, supervisors and whistleblowers.
The best candidates scored 431 marks in the results that have been released for KCPE candidates.
But on January 16, 2023, according to PS Pendidikan Belio Kipsang, the results for KPSEA 6th grade students will be announced.
Students will receive their results through the school portal, KNEC CEO David Njengere said in his speech at the KCPE results presentation ceremony at the Test House on Wednesday, December 21.
“Students will receive individual reports and all these will be uploaded on the school portal on January 16, 2023,” said Njengere.
He said the results will be used to track the progress of students, not just applicants to secondary school.
The KNEC chairman further said that three reports on KPSEA will be published by the examining body: individual, school-specific and national.
“The national report will respond to education stakeholders about the areas that need intervention. Our attendance figures will show the proportion of students in each subject. “Each school will receive a special report that identifies the areas where students are struggling so that they can continue on the road to improvement,” he said.
Although the KPSEA exam does not include essay writing (essay and composition), KCPE and KPSEA supervisors and supervisors will be paid the same amount.
However, once the exam is assessed and the results announced, teachers who mark KCSE will be rewarded