The Ministry of Education has been working round-the-clock to ensure that teachers and learners are in conducive and accommodating environment throughout the schools in the country.
The ministry which is currently under the leadership of doctor prof George Magoha as the serving cabinet secretary of Education is facing a transition.
According to the ministry, plans to implement Competency-Based Curriculum are now underway. The curriculum will replace the existing 8:4:4 which has been in existence for many decades.
Following the implementation of the new curriculum, The Ministry of Education has declared that science teachers will now be integrated to teach other subjects in schools. The training is expected to begin early next year in March after the Kenya National Examinations are over.
According to reliable sources, teachers of biology, chemistry and physics will handle the integrated science. This includes health science that and Information Communication Technology (ICT).
This has been received as a blow to science teachers who have always been specialists in handling subjects such as Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
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