No school will admit a student without a letter of transfer states the ministry of education.
The ministry of education has laid out new procedures for any students planning to transfer schools.
The letter drafted by the ministry of education warned that no students will transfer schools without involving the ministry of education.
The letter said,”No school will admit a student without a letter of transfer signed by directors of education in the sub-county and county.”
According to the letter, the new transfer and admission procedures are to monitor the conduct of the students even as they pursue their education.
The ministry requires all the school principals to write release letters when a student wants to transfer. The principals should also give a clear conduct of their students, this includes their behaviour.
It stated,”All principals must give release letters to students seeking transfers to other schools stating very clearly the conduct of the student.”
The letter also warned that any school principal with an intent if covering their student’s behavior will face the law and serious actions will taken against them.
The letter also read that the principals will be held responsible for any problems the student causes there on.
It stated,”A principal who covers up a student’s conduct shall be held responsible for any subsequent problems.”
Further, the ministry of education laid that the letter of transfer will have to be signed by the director of education, sub-county director, director of secondary education and special programs.
Every mentioned director has a part of the letter of which they put down their signature.
The letter stated that, if a student is from a sub-county school then the sub county director of education will sign the letter.
Same goes for county schools, the letter will be signed by the county director of education.
It stated,”Students seeking transfers from one county to another shall be authorized by County director of education for sub-county transfers, Sub-county director of education will authorise,” the letter reads.