In an effort to ensure the full implementation of the new CBC in schools by the President, the National Assembly approved Professor Fatuma Chege as a permanent secretary in the newly established state department of implementation of curriculum reforms.
President Uhuru Kenyatta appointed Prof. Fatuma Chege, a DVC at Kenyatta University as a Principal Secretary in State Department of Curriculum Development, to lead the taskforce on transition from 8-4-4 to 2-6-3-3 education system.
However, a local daily has reported that, the ODM Party legislators have shot down Fatuma Chege's nomination as PS.
The daily had it that, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) lawmakers opposed the nomination of Prof Fatuma Chege as Principal Secretary for the new department in the Ministry of Education, who is expected to serve for one year with a possibility of extension.
ODM new move comes a few days after Uhuru Kenyatta appointed Jamleck Muturi as the Chaiman for the Teachers Service Commission and Mary Chao Mwadime as the Chair person of the board of directors, Kemsa.
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