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"Tumechoka Na CBC" CS Magoha Told as MP Calls on Government to Extend Curfews For Today

The Government is changing the Education system from the previous 8.4.4 system to the current new system is expected to fully equip the learners with practical skills that will greatly help them in future.

The new Curriculum is expected to officially kick off in secondary schools by 2023.This is when the double transition will come to effect.The teachers have been constantly trained by TSC in readiness for successful implementation.The primary school teachers have been trained repeatedly.

The reporting of form ones to schools have seen the parents struggle to take their children to schools.The parents have complained about the inflated school fees by some secondary school headteachers.Some students have not been able to report to their original lucrative schools due to lack of money.

The parents have now lamented about the heavy cost of the CBC implementation.Before the parents took their children to schools,the costs of the CBC textbooks became the topic of discussion.Besides that,the other requirements such as the portfolio files, assessment books amongst others have now got the parents complaining.

As the parents complain about the burden of CBC,many parents have been caught up in the transportation problems while taking their children to schools for form one admissions.This has attracted the attention of Hon.Kimani Ngunjiri who has now called for extension of the curfew to beyond 10pm for the parents.

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