With the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) in the Kenyan education, most parents have complained of the technicalities of the whole process, latest being Gilgil Constituency Member of parliament honourable Martha Wangari.
Image courtesy: Hon Martha Wangari.
Penning her thoughts in a post on her twitter account on Sunday, on a lighter note, the legislator shared her experience in being a parent to the CBC pupils accepting that it is not an easy task.
The legislator claimed that given the stress that the parents go through in helping their CBC kids with their school work, the parents should at least be given a hardship allowance.
" Yani, this CBC will show us things. You should have seen.e looking for feathers, then they are wet... You dry kwa jiko ama blow dry. We need a hardship allowance Sisi CBC parents," Said Hon Martha Wangari.
This comes after the education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha, confirmed that the government is ready to rollout the Competency Based Curriculum to grade 5 and the schooling reforms remain on track.
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