The last few days have not been the best for education cabinet secretary George Magoha as a push against the competency-based curriculum continues. There have been lots of complaints from parents and teachers.
According to many, the Curriculum is not improving learners, and instead, it's throwing them into an abyss of ignorance with learners showing no progress.
There have been complaints also about the cost of financing the activities that come along with the new curriculum. Parents have been forced to buy lots of books and other things making the curriculum very expensive.
Earlier today Senator Ledama Ole Kina launched a stinging attack at the Education CS George Magoha. Ole kina questioned whether Magoha was living in the country.
"DrMagoha do you really live in Kenya? How do you expect a parent who cannot afford food to buy a computer or smartphone for their children? This CBC nonsense will not work in Kenya! Stop this utopian thinking!!!" he wrote on Twitter
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