Trained and registered teachers have something to smile about.
Education is the backbone of the economy of our country. With millions of children at school and higher learning institutions. Nevertheless, the current Kenya curriculum 8-4-4, which was established in 1985, is bound to come to an end in 2026. The current class four children are the first group of the new curriculum.
Yesterday His excellent Hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta the president of the Republic of Kenya, launched the new curriculum called Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC). This curriculum will have a 2-6-3-3 education system. The children will receive basics market skills such as; communication and collaboration, citizenship, self-efficiency, creativity, and imagination, and problem-solving and critical thinking.
In his speech, the president announced that there will be the recruitment of over 60,000 teachers to establish CBC effectively. Therefore, for a trained and certified teacher with a TSC number to be ready for an interview anytime, there will be mass recruitment. With enough teachers and well trained this new curriculum will run well.
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