If you frequently visit social media you have come across Ezekiel Mochagu at some point. He is the cabinet secretary of education who preceded professor George Magoha from the year 2019 to the year 2022 august. Ezekiel Mochagu has been seen to be much determined to his ministerial work. He is renown and well ground to be distracted by naysayers. He is one of the reformist in the ministry of education.
Following the recommendation, implementation and policies put in place by the ministry of education pertaining junior secondary school, the government has decided that the learners will be doing 14 subjects out of which only two to be optional. This has been made effective by the ministry of education that starting January learners in junior secondary school have to take 14 subject each with 12 being compulsory.
What do you think about this new system of learning? Will small children be able to learn 14 subjects? Let's see your view.
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