Teachers defend scrapped school-based degree programmes

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Teachers have come out to defend school-based degree programmes that were banned recently by Education CS Fred Matiang’i.
KNUT Secretary-General Wilson Sossion said they will not allow Matiang’i to victimise teachers in the ongoing reforms.
Matiang’i scrapped the holiday degree programmes saying they were substandard, and threatened to revoke degrees of people who had been admitted without meeting the prerequisite requirements.
He criticised the school-based study programme in which a whole Semester is squeezed into just a month, saying all students must achieve the set credit hours.
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