Today, the 30th day of November 2022, the Head of State of Kenya, Dr. William Samoei Ruto, broke his quiet with an important declaration and a revelation of what will happen in a short while on the Competency-Based Curriculum.
According to an announcement by the Head of State, in "a short while," he will pronounce the future of the learners in Grade Six participating in the Competency-Based Curriculum.
To provide Kenyans with a glimpse of what will happen to the curriculum, President Ruto has announced that he will hold a high-profile meeting with key stakeholders to agree on how the learners in Grade Six will transition to the next level per the Competency-Based Curriculum. This announcement has given Kenyans a glimpse of what will happen to the curriculum.
The Head of State has issued a call to all Kenyan citizens residing in prestigious local and regional places, imploring them to exhibit the utmost patience as they reverently await his announcement about the fate of the Competency-Based Curriculum.
"We will soon reach a consensus over the steps that need to be taken in order to go on to the subsequent level in the training program. A strategic choice is going to be made very soon, and once it is, you will be able to find out how students who are currently enrolled in sixth grade will move on to the next level "President William Ruto made the statement.
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