The competent based curriculum (CBC) has been facing a number of hurdles since it's implantation. It is a new system of making the best possible version of a person in the country. Various educational experts have supported it saying it cause revolution in the current job market.
However, this is likely to hit a dead end if the president of the law society of Kenya Nelson Havi Wins the case. The experienced lawyer filed a case in the high court seeking to scrap off the whole system. He has been pushing for this with for a long time. Wilson Sossion is also against the CBC and a number of parents in the country.
Various reasons have been out forward on why they do not want to embrace it. There are cry's by most parents that the curriculum is very expensive. With the hard economic times affecting incomes in most homes many are feeling the pinch in their pockets.
The government is not in a position to lose the case which it is fighting with Havi. If the court rules against the CBC by terming it not appropriate then there would be consequences. It means that a high number of students will have to undergo studies of the former education system.
A lot of money would have been lost in trying to implement it over the last five years. This would have wasted the taxpayers money. Billions of cash the government has been investing would result to more economic impact to the common citizen.
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