Kenyan education system has never been the same ever since Matiangi's tenure as the Education Cabinet Secretary. The tough PS brought with him some rules that have completely transformed our education system, including the CBC agenda. Transformation and development is good, especially when it is focused on embracing passion and knowledge power. However, there are these three agendas that the government should at least bring back to boost academic and behavioural performance in our schools.
I'm backing tution to keep our kids busy, because during long holidays, most learners become so idle and in turn indulge in certain unethical adventures. Tuition could be a good way of controlling learners during holidays and keeping their knowledge at per.
Ranking had some competitive advantage when it used to be done. It boosted performance as every school, teachers, learners and other stakeholders worked hard to earn a place at the top.
The new rule that learners should not repeat classes I think has with time brought about laziness. This rule has bred the "Afterall I'll finish" mentality. Repeating classes I think will inspire learners to work harder not to fall victims.
What do you think? Should the three be brought back to our institutions?
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