Results for Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) will know their results tomorrow are anticipated to be announced at any moment starting on Monday.
According to the Kenya National Examinations Council CEO, David Njeng’ere, KNEC will release three reports on the KPSEA Results 2022.
As the norm is, the Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu, PS, and TSC officials are supposed to brief the President at State House before releasing officially the results to the public.
According to a top KNEC official, everything is set for the release of exams.
“We are prepared, and the exams will be released right away after the president is briefed.”the official said
Individual learners, school-specific reports, and the national report on school-based and summative assessment are the three reports
The national report will highlight the areas that require assistance as well as the number of learners at each performance level per topic who require intervention.
The individual school report will be tailored to each school and will highlight areas where students face difficulties and where schools require further assistance.
Mr. Njengere further said the national report will be greatly used by Education stakeholders to have feedback on areas that require intervention
The main examiners and their helpers for the Kenya National Examinations Council worked nonstop throughout the weekend in preparation for the release.
School reports will be limited to specific schools while individual learner reports will be helping them to know their strengths and weaknesses in specific subjects or strands.
“This will include acquisition of values and core competencies and performances level in specific subjects,” Njengere said.
Parents and learners will only be able to access the results through school websites after release on Monday 16th.
Mr. Njegere concluded that the KPSEA results will help TSC to identify areas where teachers are unable to deliver effectively and require improvements.
The Grade 6 pupils will proceed to grade 7.
The Grade 6 Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) will not be used for Junior Secondary School placement