The ministry of education has now found itself in trouble as Competency Based Curriculum receives another setback. The ministry of education has been putting all possible strategies to ensure that the Competency Based Curriculum has worked well as scheduled earlier by the education stakeholders. With this regard the ministry of education conducted 100% transition from the Primary Schools to the Secondary Schools, therefore currently most of the schools have received a big number of form one students as compared to the previous years. Actually this has been a challenge to the secondary schools because even the students with poor KCPE results were directed by the ministry of education to join form one class in the schools where they were selected. Also some schools have experienced the challenges of the insufficient structures which could accommodate all the form one students among other challenges.
Unfortunately the Competency Based Curriculum has now received another setback after the Law Society Of Kenya President Nelson Havi said that he has revealed instructions to challenge CBC in court. Parents have been highly concerned over the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC), parents have been lamenting over the huge cost they will undergo on the Competency Based Curriculum, parents are supposed to purchase new great number of textbooks and exercise books.
Equally parents argue that the Competency Based Curriculum has no good as compared to the 8-4-4 system, therefore this is a great setback to the Competency Based Curriculum because it's now court which will determine and issue directives over the Competency Based Curriculum.
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