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Teachers Seemingly Support The Abolition Of Boarding School As KUPPET Issues The Following Details

According to the Daily Nation News Paper, the CS and KUPPET are advocating for the Subcounty to abolish boarding institutions in favor of additional day schools. The idea, according to KUPPET Executive Secretary Sabala Inyeni, is in order to keep the new Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC).

This action will make it possible for parents and guardians to participate in their children's upbringing.

"It is time for the boarding institutions to develop day school wings," Education CS stated at the beginning of the placement of 2022 KCPE candidates to Form One.

According to Ezekiel Machogu, day school students make up about 70% of the student population. "I support the development of day wings at boarding schools to increase accessibility and lower tuition. This also complies with CBC's guidelines for family participation in curriculum delivery" Machogu said.

Families that live a pastoral lifestyle were advised by the CS to enroll their kids in boarding schools because their way of life entails roaming around in search of pasture and water.

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CS Daily Nation News Paper Machogu Sabala Inyeni Subcounty


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