Peter Ndoro- CEO, Private Schools Association: Since the pandemic, we have not been receiving any income that comes in form of school fees. We struggled in March & April to pay teachers but from May going to January it's very unlikely that we will be able to support our teachers
Peter Ndoro- CEO, Private Schools Association: School fees is not uniformly paid in private schools unlike in public. So individual private schools will determine how much they will charge for the online services they are providing.
Peter Ndoro, Chair KPSA: We are looking into value addition with online learning and parents may be required to dig into their pockets a little more. Unless Govt. comes in to intervene, private schools may have a big challenge considering issues of fee reduction #DayBreak
Peter Ndoro, Chair KPSA: Children in private schools do not receive any government help, we would want for the Govt. to consider tax reductions for schools. Very few learners in private schools can comfortably access devices for online learning #DayBreak
CEO of KPSA, Peter Ndoro: We support the Ministry of Education in this digitization process because it is going to increase the integrity in the manner in which the selection and admission of children in schools is concerned #KTNNewsCentre