Kasto Edema, the chairperson of the Terego district Primary School Examinations Board, stated that only 7 candidates passed Division 1, 251 pupils obtained Division 2, 365 achieved Division 3, and 920 candidates secured Division 4.
A total of 2,160 out of 3,868 candidates who sat
the Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) mocks in the Terego district failed. The
official examination results, released by the Terego District Primary School
Examinations Board, show that 1,298 boys, representing 60.09%, and 862 girls,
representing 39.90% failed the mocks.
Kasto Edema, the chairperson of the Terego district Primary
School Examinations Board, stated that only 7 candidates passed Division
1, 251 pupils obtained Division 2, 365 achieved Division 3, and 920 candidates
secured Division 4. Additionally, 166 candidates failed to appear for the mock
Edema attributed the high failure rates to poor interpretation of
the examination questions by the learners and inadequate syllabus coverage,
especially in some lower classes.
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Lawrence Guma, the secretary of the Terego District Primary
School Examinations Board, expressed dissatisfaction with the current pass rate
of 16%. He urged head teachers to work diligently to improve the results in the
upcoming final National examinations scheduled for November this year.
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Makarious Adrole, the Terego District Education officer,
emphasized the importance of proactive efforts by head teachers and their
teaching staff in the remaining months to achieve better performance in the
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Augustine Vuni, the councilor representing Odupi sub-county and
chairperson of the social services committee, noted that while the district has
made progress in filling vacant positions in the education department, it has
yet to translate into improved results. Vuni urged newly appointed head teachers
to use their promotions to enhance the performance of learners in their
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In terms of performance by locality, Leju Town
Council emerged as the best with a pass rate of 28.0%, followed by Katrini
Sub-county (26.6%), and Odupi Sub-county with a pass rate of 23.9%. Meanwhile,
Bileafe sub-county, Omugo sub-county, and Uriama sub-county reported the
poorest results, according to the released data.