President Uhuru (Photo courtesy)
Today, all Public and private schools in Kenya are going to open their doors for term two. Since the outbreak of coronavirus, all learning institutions were greatly affected leading to crushing programs.
Parents are facing hard times as the majority of them cannot afford to support their daughters and sons fully due to high living standards and crush programs.
CS Dr. magoha (Photo courtesy)
However, this is not the main problem among the parents, some of them have been alleging that the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) is the main issue to be discussed. According to them, the curriculum is good but too expensive following the present state of our live hoods.
Amid this discussion, Government Expert Mr. Osondi Kelvin has emerged with disturbing news to President Uhuru's camp. According to Osondi as posted by Tv47, he has spelled doom for that CBC as he openly disclosed that CBC might end with CS Magoha.
This is sad news to the ministry of education and the entire nation because our government has used more resources in the curriculum. The big question is will Kenyans to continue embracing the CBC besides the outcry? Will the next CS in Education support the CBC?
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