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"Hii Kitu Ni Ya Kila Mtu, " Reaction From Parents As They Head To Court To Defend CBC

As indicated by the National Parents Association executive, Nicholas Maiyo, guardians and gatekeepers are worried that the legal choice could upset the training framework. 

Further, he expressed that the affiliation would address ten million guardians whose students' future remain in a precarious situation should the CBC framework be suspended. 

"We are the agents of more than 10 million guardians of this country, who have taken their children to state funded schools and we have not spoken. In this way, we need to express our case to you, that we will join the case," Maiyo talked at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) after a gathering with schooling partners. 

The guardians' affiliation is against an appeal recorded by Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President, Nelson Havi, who has punched holes in the execution of the CBC arrangement of schooling. 

Havi, in the request, contends that further execution of the educational program encroaches on understudies' privileges the nation over. He added that the 8-4-4 framework was supplanted illegally. 

"That the activities of the first to the four respondents as set out in the request are clearly illegal and unlawful, are biased to the fate of the understudies of Kenya and should be ended forthcoming the assurance of the inquiries brought up in the appeal," Havi expressed. 

The new educational plan got a ton of reaction from guardians as some grumbled over the expense just as the intricacy of the tasks given to students. The guardians regretted that the CBC was not very much arranged and executed. 

Schooling CS George Magoha, in a reply, kept up with the public authority's position noticing that the educational plan rollout would proceed. 

"This garbage you are hearing overlook them and I can guarantee you. In my life, I think the main thing that is happened now is the Competency-Based Curriculum. Let us not permit rubbernecks and legislators to redirect us. For what reason would you imagine that we are not working in the background to guarantee that the progress is smooth?" he presented during a past meet. 

The objection, be that as it may, prompted KICD CEO, Prof. Charles Ong'ondo, certifying that they would address all difficulties brought up by pundits and partners.

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Hii Kitu Ni Ya Kila Mtu Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development Maiyo National Parents Association Nicholas Maiyo


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