Education CS Amina Mohamed is relied upon anytime now to announce the 2018 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE) results.
More than 600,000 candidates sat this year’s KCSE examinations.
In any case, the Ministry of Education is yet to detail rules that would operationalise ranking of schools and candidates as accommodated in the new law passed in 2016.
Ranking was banned in 2014 after it rose that the exercise made pointless rivalry among schools, bringing about examination anomalies.
President Uhuru Kenyatta signed into law a Bill that returned ranking of schools and candidates based on performance.
The Bill, which was sponsored by Kiminini legislator Chris Wamalwa, turned around the ban on ranking subsequent to getting huge support in the National Assembly.
In the wake of consenting to the Bill, President Kenyatta said it would address issues experienced in ranking of schools before.
It, nonetheless, rose yesterday that the ranking rules are yet to be set up. This implies that there would be no ranking.