The implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) which has now reached grade four has continued to elicit mixed reactions from Kenyans who feel that it is too expensive and demanding too much from the parents.
A number of Kenyans including the political leaders have continued to advise the national government to fully fund it. Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya is amazing ng the leaders who have come out to advise the government to chip in and help the poor parents by fully sponsoring the new curriculum.
This morning, flamboyant city lawyer Esther Ang'awa has revealed that she will be heading to court to stop the government from going on with its implementation.
The lawyer argues that the parents have received expensive demands from the teachers in respect of the assignment their children are given under the CBC.
She added that she is still open to receive advice from the education experts, parents and even the teachers that would help his petition to succeed and ensure the CBC is never implemented.
"Litigation against CBC will succeed if there people with expertise who are willing to take risk and testify. I am petitioning court," she said through her twitter handle.
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