The new education system the competency based curriculum (CBC) has raised controversy around the country. It implementation has caused some resistance especially from parents. This has resulted to the involvement of some leaders in the whole discussion. ODM leader Raila Odinga yesterday took his time to explain his thoughts on the CBC.
While speaking to the residents of Western Kenya, Raila Odinga said that as a country we have a long way to go. The new curriculum is one of them to enhance the Job market and the business environment. He promised that the system will enhance the skills of learners to progress in the future society.
Raila cleverly navigated the whole situation where people expected him to either support or oppose it. He did not hint on leveraging to one side. On its success in other countries, Raila mentioned the likes of South Africa and Tanzania whose results have been promising.
The aspiring president further added that the team of professors intend good for the country. According to him they are willing to see the country progressing in every aspect. The education system is key in steering a developing nation forward.
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