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Good News To Parents as MoE Directs Heads of Schools to Embrace This Change on Curriculum.

The government of Kenya through the ministry of education has clearly outlined measures that will help in bringing back learners back to school.It has been established that close to 250,000 learners have failed to transit to the next level of education due various challenges ranging from poverty, early marriages and neglegence among parents.

Through the National Council Nomadic Education in Kenya (NACONEK),it was discovered that children from arid and semi arid areas have failed to receive the basic education.

With the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) being advocated to replace the 8-4-4.The ministry of education,PS for the implementation of curriculum reforms ,Prof.Fatuma Charge today has chaired a function,to launch "Operation come to school" program.

It's aimed at ensuring the enrollment of 250,000 children,50% boys and 50% girls and 5% children with disability who are out to access education.

Prof. Charge has requested the education stakeholders to embrace National re-entry Guidelines which will ensure that all children goes back to school.

The school heads have been asked to admit learners without giving them too much conditions.

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CBC Competency Based Curriculum Kenya MoE PS


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