Secondary school principals from across the country on Monday converged in Mombasa for a one-week meeting.
The theme for the meeting is quality education in the context of 100 per cent transition' from primary to secondary school.
The meeting is expected to be attended by over 7,500 head-teachers.
The 100 per cent transition from primary to secondary school has been a thorn in the flesh of many principals who complain about insufficient facilities compared to the high number of students.
In March, school heads warned the government over the policy, saying some students do not merit admission and the policy has led to a rise of indiscipline cases in schools.
Addressing the press on Monday, Kenya Secondary School Heads Association Chairman Kahi Indimuli said they will discuss the shortage of teachers, funding of schools, infrastructure among other issues.
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