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Government Choose 1,500 schools to Host Junior Secondary Classes

Cabinet Secretary Professer Magoha said on Wednesday that boarding and day secondary schools will be the ones to host junior secondary school students who will move from Grade 6 to Grade 7 after doing a national exam on November this year on Competence Based Curriculum (CBC).

CBC is the new curriculum which is being adapted by kenyan government on studies in kenya which will focus on skills and competencies. Government Choose a task force in 2019 to investigate the system. On February 2021 they gave a report to President Uhuru for it being better in focusing on the emerging issues and technology development and he ordered its implementation.

1, 500 day and secondary schools which have the required facilities and the requirements have been already selected to host junior secondary students. He also added that boarding schools located in urban areas have been allowed also to have junior secondary classes.

So far across the country the government is building 10,000 classes in various secondary schools where some are already complete for hosting Competency Based Curriculum (CBC). The government is training secondary school teachers on CBC curriculum, the training is already continuing.

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