Education cabinet secretary prof George Magoha has today directed all public schools to use projects instead of printing materials needed for use by pupils to cut on cost.
Prof George Magoha said the use of projectors while relieve parents the burden of buying printing materials which has made Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) very expensive for many parents.
This comes after a week of public complain over CBC leading to serious discussion over the implementation of the curriculum which many parents said they are not able to meet the requirements needed especially for revision and homework given to learners.
Competency Based Curriculum was introduced to replace 8-4-4 system which has been blamed for being exam centred. CBC is many to instil in learners appropriate values and skills which are required in the job market.
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