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Cabinet Approves Increase in Paper Marking Fees

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The Cabinet of Ministers has approved a proposal to increase paper marking fees for the GCE Ordinary Level Examinations and the Grade Five Scholarship Examination.

In a statement, the Ministry of Education announced that the proposal was based on recommendations from a sub-committee, which included the Department of Examinations.

The Ministry confirmed that the Cabinet of Ministers approved the proposal today, ensuring higher fees for teachers involved in paper marking.

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