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Just In: Good News To Parents & Education Stakeholders Following Mudavadi's Revelation About CBC

Several students are currently taking their final exams. It is guessed that Grade 6 understudies, the trailblazers of CBC, will sign up for junior optional schools the next year. Also, it has not yet been laid out whether they will move to auxiliary schools or stay in their grade schools.

According to the source, brand-new information about competency-based curricula has recently come to light. Musalia Mudavadi broke her silence and reassured all parents that the government will consider the perspectives of all stakeholders, including the task force, before taking any appropriate action, according to the most recent report that was shared this hour by a well-known source.

He has also confirmed that the government and the ministry of education are working together to ensure that our children receive a high-quality education. It is encouraging news for everyone that the government is working closely together to ensure that all Kenyan students, including the current CBC leaders, transfer to junior secondary schools.

This just happened after a lot of Kenyans asked the government to get rid of CBC because it was expensive. The majority of parents have been complaining about the new educational system and requesting that the government maintain the previous one.

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