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KCPE Announcements And Celebrations: Girls Dominate Top 10 Positions In KCPE 2013 – YouTube

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Girl students have dominated the top 10 positions in the just released KCPE results by taking a majority of the positions. 
While releasing the results cabinet secretary education Jacob Kaimenyi said that despite the challenges experienced by the candidates including the teachers strike,
the performance had remained stable compared to 2012.
Kirinyaga county topped the counties.

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2013 KCPE candidates to receive exam results by sending SMS to the code 22252

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The Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) has clarified that 22252 is the short code to be used by candidates to access their results immediately after today’s release.

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Kenya : Top 10 Candidates in 2013 KCPE

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Top 10 Candidates in 2013 KCPE.

Nairobi, Kenya: Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi Tuesday released the results for 2013 KCPE examination, ending candidates’ anxiety after a long wait. Kaimenyi noted that the overall performance in this year’s examination was relatively the same compared to that of 2012.
Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/lifestyle/article/2000101146/top-10-candidates-in-2013-kcpe

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Girls outshine boys in 2013 KCPE exam

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Girls shone brighter than boys in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination, taking up seven top positions.

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KCPE results released

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The results for the 2013 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examinations were released in Nairobi on Tuesday morning by Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi.

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Are your kids home from school? Looking for something fun AND educational to do Check out these exciting games and interactives made for the whole family

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This collection contains a selection of games from NG Education.

Abraham Tumuti‘s insight:

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Digital Education: 100 Teachers trained on ICT integration – YouTube

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Many children in rural areas have never seen or used a computer before. They are eager to learn, but they don’t have access to technology. A computer means new possibilities and a tangible way to overcome poverty. Well in Kakamega county, it is digital revolution as two schools have benefitted from “Spark a child’s Digital future” which equipped the schools with computer centres. 

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