A section of parents have petitioned the national assembly to scrap the implementation of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) and revert to the 8-4-4 system.
"There has been helpless arrangement between CBC definition, educator limit advancement, determination and supply of learning materials and appraisal, which has prompted helpless execution and inaccessibility of important CBC materials," the request notes.
National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya went against the appeal."These individuals who are testing this framework need to realize that their youngsters who have gone through five years of another schooling framework. I don't have the foggiest idea what the plan is, should it presently be turned around and the students return to Standard One in the 8-4-4 framework?" he inquired.
Nonetheless, Speaker Justine Muturi ended the request taking note of that there is as of now a forthcoming case on the CBC execution in court documented by Kenya Law Society President Nelson Havi seven days prior.The Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development has been directing partners' commitment on the CBC carry out in the new past.
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