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Parents Advised As Education Stakeholders Introduce New Policy Guidelines On CBC Implementation

Headteachers across the country are currently attending the 18th Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers Association annual conference at Sheikh Shalifa Bin Zayed Hall in Mombasa. The conference that kicked off yesterday on Monday, 5th, December, 2022 has brought teachers and educational stakeholders together to deliberate on how the new curriculum would be implemented. Some of the things that are being discussed include policy guidelines, the issue of teachers delocalisation and infrastructural developments in the primary sector.

However, the chairperson of Kepsha has lauded President William Ruto for abolishing punitive policy of delocalisation. Mr. Johnson Nzioka said that the decision to abolish the policy was the best for the Kenyan teachers. The deputy National Secretary Mr. Gitonga Mugo added that teachers should be allowed to choose where they want to be posted. Parents who have their children in primary schools have been advised on effective ways of implementing the Competency-Based Curriculum. The reports that have now emerged is that it is better for parents to take their learners to public primary schools that will enable the pupils benefit more from the new curriculum. The public primary schools are doing better than their private counterparts when it comes to practicals.

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