The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, or KCSE, exams are written at the end of high school. The results determine entry into tertiary education.
In the comment sections some Facebook users congratulated the schools while others said the list was inaccurate.
In 2014, the Kenyan government banned the ranking of schools based on their performance in national exams, in an attempt to end exam irregularities.
Has the government revised this decision?
The exams council dismissed any lists ranking Kenyan schools according to their KCSE exam results as “fake”.
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