PTA members at Makini school have been accused of sabotage of learning efforts in this school. Parents Teachers Association (PTA) led by their chair, deputy chair and treasurer,Nixon Bugo, Catherine Onyango and John Kabiru respectively accused the management of the school for their introduction of the Cambridge curriculum which runs parallel with Kenya's 8-4-4 curriculum.The school has been all along running the Cambridge curriculum since March alongside Kenya's 8-4-4 curriculum through online studies. The representative through their lawyer Soweti Julie and through a letter dated Agust 17,2020 opposed the school decisions of introducing Cambridge curriculum saying that proper consultation and participation of all parents of Makini school were not made.
Parents further added that current support stuff and teachers are being trained on the curriculum pointing out possible overhaul the Kenya's 8-4-4 curriculum.
The school through lawyer Patrick Ogalo and in a letter dated August 26, said their decision was arrived after proper consultation with all stakeholders with the school management accusing parents for their failure to attend feedback section.
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