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Good News To CBC Learners As Gov't Revealed New Syllabus For Them.

Kenya Institute of Curriculum development is a State Corporation established by KICD Act. No. 4 of 2013. The Institute is mandated to develop curricular and curriculum support materials for all levels of education below the University. Curriculum support materials are in both Print and Digital format.

The latest report revealed that the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) has announced the introduction of the consumer rights syllabus for 2023 Grade Seven students. The syllabus would commence on January 23, 2023, when schools reopens."Effective January 2023, concepts relating to the two disciplines will be taught in subjects such as Home Science and Business Studies, thereby benefitting over 1.2 million learners transitioning to Junior Secondary School.

"In 2024 and 2025, the same concepts will be taught in at least 20 subjects at Grade 8 and 9 respectively and thereafter in over 30 subjects at Senior Secondary (Grade 10, 11 and 12)," read the statement in part.

According to KICD added that the course would also be taught practically through drama, song and dance to better make the classes impactful. "Consumer-related issues affect us all irrespective of age.

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