The Kenyan Government has broken silence with a major announcement and a fresh directive to all schools administering Junior Secondary School education under the imminent Competency Based Curriculum.
The Kenyan Government has crafted a host of guidelines solemnly geared towards streamlining learning activities across all schools administering the Junior Secondary cadre of education under the Competency Based Curriculum.
In one of the guidelines, the Kenyan Government has announced the strategic timelines on which lessons must be taught in all schools offering the Junior Secondary School cadre of education under the Competency Based Curriculum.
The Kenyan Government in its newly released education guidelines has ordered all schools offering Junior Secondary School education in the Competency Based Curriculum to always teach Sports Lessons before lunch break.
The Kenyan Government has further directed all schools administering the Junior Secondary cadre of education to always evade teaching consecutively lessons that aim at developing similar skills such as English and Kiswahili or Kenya Sign Language, Integrated Science and Health Education.
The Kenyan Government has further announced that all lessons offered in the Junior Secondary Schools are stipulated to take a time span of 40 minutes per lesson in a devoted move geared towards ensuring effective coverage of all 45 lessons slated for a week.
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