Many education stakeholders from Bungoma county want the minister for education professor George Magoha to look a fresh for the methods that he using to run the new education system called CBC, as he speaks from Mtakatifu a primary school which is in Kabulena ward in Bunyula constituency which is situated in Bungoma county.
Member of parliament Moses Mwambu said that the government should established a good infrastructures at schools before starting the CBC system in Kenya because many schools still have poor infrastructures. He States that if you visit many schools at the rural where children are using school laptops you will find them thrown every where because there is no place to store them.
He continued to state that some primary schools are build of muds and that there are no even offices for the head teachers, this makes the security of the students laptop to be a merger concerned because the school head teachers cannot keep the school laptops at their homes not the chiefs cannot stay at those schools in order to protect those laptops from being stolen.
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