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Magoha Statement as Ministry of Education CBC Review Commence

Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) CEO Dr Charles Ong'ondo, on Saturday, September 18, announced that they were out to address all challenges based on the feedback issued by critics and stakeholders.

The first review process is targetting pre-primary up to Grade 3 is already underway and was scheduled to be completed in early January 2022.

"Our review cycle comes next year as we finish Grade 6 and by 2023-2024, we believe that there are aspects of the curriculum that we shall have reviewed, not reformed," Ong'ondo addressed the press in Naivasha.

The Education CS, on Tuesday, September 14, castigated Havi and others who he alleged were out to destabilise reforms and were coercing parents into rejecting one of the key projects that will shape President Uhuru Kenyatta’s legacy.

"Why should you go to court when you have 5 million students happy and ready to engage with the course. It is true we have challenges, but why don't you front them so that we can discuss? We have no apologies to make to anybody. CBC is here to stay," Magoha reiterated.

Havi filed the petition on Friday, September 17 seeking to stop the government from continuing with the implementation of CBC and to have Chief Justice Martha Koome appoint a bench to determine the case.

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