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Mixed Reactions After Ministry of Education Issues New Directives on CBC Learning

The ministry of education has stroke schools with a new development that now looks forward to save monetary/resource-related costs across the country. While speaking to the press today, the cabinet secretary of education, professor George Magoha has now stated that starting from today, all public schools should use new digitalized methods of teaching in their respective schools.

With that, he has now stated that schools should consider using projectors to convey relevant information as far as teaching and learning os concerned instead of making printings. According to the ministry of education, printing of information to facilitate the learning process is way costly as compared to the use of projectors.

Professor George Magoha has insisted that it's better for cost-effective (cost-benefit) methods of operating various activities in all of our primary schools to be used than the ones that are too costly.

He has also argued that every school can afford the implementation of projectors using the government funds. Perhaps, those schools that can afford using printers are free to use them.

Meanwhile, this information has elicited mixed reactions online as Kenyans debate on the relevance of the newly suggested method of disseminating information in schools.


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