2022 PLAN

MUDAVADI: My plan to solve evolving education crisis

Under our Constitution, and in the Basic Education Act of 2013, every child in Kenya has a right to free and compulsory basic education.

In Summary

• Transition from the 8-4-4 system involves phasing out Class 7 and 8 from primary and increasing the number of grades in secondary school.

• We must, therefore, prepare for a double intake into secondary school in January 2023 and another double intake in January 2024.

The 8-4-4 educational system consists of eight years of compulsory primary education (age six), four years in secondary, and four years of higher education.

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