Education Cabinet Minister Professor George Magoha has today been dealt a huge blow with his firm stand on Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) program as Bomet Governor throws bombshells to him. According to reports, Professor George Magoha has been firm in defending CBC program which he vowed to protect it even on court for it has so many advantages to learners according to his knowledge.
However, Bomet Governor Hillary Barchok fired Magoha by saying that CBC program was copied and pasted from another country and therefore it can't work best in our country Kenya. According to Bomet Governor, CBC program requires great preparations from both the government and parents and thus waking up and deciding to change 8-4-4 education curriculum without even proper preparations, is just a waste of time.
The Governor went ahead to say that they clearly know all the people behind CBC and he can tell where the curriculum was copied from.
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