The Education Department has been allocated more funds for 2015 and the Government is continuing its Free Education policy. For 2015 the sector will receive K 1.9billion.
Of this K 1.1billion will go to Education department.
Subsidies paid to support the free tuition continues to be an essential cost at K605 million.
District Education receives K2 million infrastructure programs.
The funds will be appropriated through the National planning Department.
In 2015 a total of 18 232 schools will be beneficiaries of the free education policy.
This includes 11,093 elementary schools, 6453 primary schools, 30 permitted schools and 8 special education schools.
K70 million will be provided for curriculum development materials which include procurement of text and resource books for teachers in elementary and primary schools.
K12. 2 million is to be provided for national examinations for grades 8, 10 and 12.
K11. 7 million has been allocated to the purchase of secondary school equipment.
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