Form 1s report amid disquiet with Nemis

This year's admissions are unlike the past with only students identified by the National Education Management Information System enrolled to Form 1.

~ The Star

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Principals free to alter Form One admissions

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The Star , Kenya Jan 6, 2019
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Form One admission exercise extended by five days

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 12 – The Ministry of Education has extended the form one admission exercise by five days to allow for a hundred percent transition.

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Government insists Form One admission must be done through online system, explains why

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Tuko , Kenya Jan 6, 2019
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Crisis looms as 100% transition to high schools threatens learning

The huge intake has prompted fears of a possible decline in the quality of education, with principals, teachers, unions and parents raising concern on the measures put in place to support 100 per cent transition.

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Government's shocker to parents who secured Form One admission letters through backdoor Kenya News

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Form One admission process explained

In a statement on Sunday, Mr Kipsang said the printouts will serve as backups in case of internet connection challenges.

Daily Nation , Kenya Jan 6, 2019
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Nairobi sends most students to national schools

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Daily Nation , Kenya Jan 5, 2019
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Parents mull action over extra school levies

A spot check by the Star yesterday revealed that even though principals have adhered to the ministry’s school fees guideline, they have found ways to overcharge on other admission requirements.

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Confusion and rage following government's warning against backdoor admission of Form Ones Kenya News

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Tuko , Kenya Jan 5, 2019
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Government extends Form One reporting deadline to January 18

"To ensure 100 per cent transition is attained, and the need to give every child an opportunity, the Ministry of Education has extended the reporting date," Kipsang said.

The Star , Kenya Jan 11, 2019
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NEMIS to stay as 26,000 Form 1 transfers approved

Based on the cases in the NEMIS system, the ministry has successfully approved 26,000 requests for transfers, the PS explained.

Capital News , Kenya Jan 5, 2019
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Over 36,000 Form Ones seek transfer

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Anger, anguish in new Form One order

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Lack of Unique Personal Identifiers hampers Form One admissions

Lack of Unique Personal Identifiers for some students seeking Form One admission is giving parents sleepless nights.

The Star , Kenya Jan 8, 2019