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Parents have a reason to smile regarding the Competency Based Curriculum (C.B.C) which is currently replacing the 8-4-4 education system in Kenya. This is after president William Ruto announced new rules regarding the C.B.C especially for Grade 7, 8 and Grade 9.
President William Ruto has officially announced that all Grade 6 learners who completed their Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (K.P.S.E.A) on Thursday will be transiting to Junior secondary schools (J.S.S) domiciled in the existing primary schools.
Further, the just concluded national exam will not be used for placement to Junior Secondary School (J.S.S) but rather will be “used as an assessment to monitor learning progress and provide feedback to education sector players on areas that require intervention”.
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