Central organization trade union secretary general Francis Atwoli has urged the government to take critics positively and use to create change for the system.He further added that being criticised was not bad as it helps the state to know what people think about the programme and bring necessary amendments.
Atwoli further added that parents are still struggling to make ends meet after losing on employment as a result of covid 19 while those with jobs are not paid enough to meet up the expectations of this beautiful education system.
He said that the system has the right ideas but it is not fit for the kenyan system and has come before its time.He added that competency based curriculum has brought financial constraits for parents and that it should focus more on students development and growth of knowledge.
Central organization trade union secretary general Francis Atwoli said that it is ridiculous how the government is turning a deaf ear to parents who are raising complaints about the competency based curriculum.
Atwoli said that parents are the main stakeholders in this matter and their concerns must be taken with a lot of seriousness they deserve.
Competency based curriculum has imposed an economic burden on children,teachers, parents and caregivers.Success on this new curriculum depends on the cooperation between the current government and the kid.
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