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The MOE Receives Bad News Over CBC As The Teachers' Union Sends This Message To Government

The ministry of education has now received bad news as the Teachers' Union sends this crucial message to the government again. Teachers in this country have two major Unions which are Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) and Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT), actually the two teachers' unions have been working closely with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to ensure that the learning programs are going on well in the schools and both teachers and students receive the rights they deserve from the government. Currently the ministry of education is working tirelessly to ensure that Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) Education system works well as scheduled by education stakeholders.

However the ministry of education has now received bad news as the Teachers'Union sends this to the government. According to the reliable sources, KUPPET now wants the government to reverse the decision to domicile Junior Secondary Schools in Primary Schools in order to address the apparent crisis in learning institutions. While in a meeting in Nairobi, the KUPPET Secretary-general Okelo Misori said that since the Grade 7 students reported to their respective schools, learning has not started because the government employed only one teacher for each Junior High School, Misori said at least 7 teachers are required to handle 14 subjects taught in Junior Secondary Schools.

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