A range of critics have claimed the new machine has positioned a massive burden on the money strapped pockets of many a guardian throughout the country.
The CS has come ahead and rubbished these claims, whilst including that instructors need to use what is at their disposal to make certain the curriculum rolls on.
Critics mentioned printing as the sticking point, to which the CS replied through telling them that instructors ought to use what they have at their disposal to make certain the curriculum is implemented.
The inception of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) is present process implementation throughout all Kenyan colleges, with it now phasing out the former 8-4-4 system.
Prof Magoha did renown that the implementation of the CBC is no longer ideal, however insisted that the implementation of the new curriculum has to continue.
“It is now not ideal however to instruct has already left. Let us now not distract mother and father and the 5 million teens who have already fallen in love with the CBC that you shall seize it in court,” stated CS Magoha.
On Printing, CS Magoha stated that it will no longer be obligatory and implored instructors to be modern and use what is at their disposal. Projectors have additionally been touted however it stays to be viewed precisely how instructors will adapt to the new needs of the CBC.
CS Magoha additionally warned those politicizing the trouble of the CBC, telling them that their efforts are no longer going to undergo any fruits. However, the CS published that he may want to hear solely to criticism that is reasonable.
CS Magoha is now not the solely one in assist of the CBC. The Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers Association (KEPSHA) National Chairperson Johnson Nzioka voiced his assist of the CBC as he stated that inexperienced persons have acquired the new curriculum with happiness.
“Our youth have the happiest index, thanks to the CBC. Because of this, they do now not have stress over the exams. The evaluation is additionally friendlier,” he noted.
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