Education Cabinet secretary George Magoha. He says Kenyans must be ready to change their behaviour if schools are to be reopened in order to keep the covid-19 disease at bay.
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha.

The Ministry of Education has released the 2021 Free Day Secondary Education (FDSE) funds at a capitation rate of Kshs.4656.00 per student. From this amount, the Ministry has retained Ksh.337.20 for students’ medical cover (Edu Afya), Ksh. 50.00 for the SMASSE programmes and Ksh.526.25 for the provision of set books.

Consequently, schools have received Ksh.345.00 per student for expenses related to tuition and Ksh. 3,397.55 per student for Operational expenses.

The enrollment data that has been used for this disbursement was extracted from NEMIS on Monday 7th December 2020 at 9.35 AM.

The total annual allocation for Maintenance and Improvement (M&I) for 2021 is Ksh.5,000 of which Ksh.2,000 has been disbursed in this disbursement of January 2021. The rest of the funds will be disbursed in subsequent disbursements. Principals are required to adhere to the set guidelines in the utilization of the funds.

See also; Ministry of education official school term dates for 2020 to 2023

Get full details on the circular, below;

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