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KICD Senses Curriculum Implementation Obstacle, Teachers Directed on How to Tackle it

The government is determined to change the Education system in the country.The 8.4.4 system is paving way for the system that will see the university students take three years compared to the current four years.However,the secondary students will have to take six good years secondary schools.

It has been noted that the changes in the system will be very expensive to the country as a whole.The Government requires sufficient facilities such as classrooms,books amongst others.The parents too will have to feel the pinch.This is because they will have to bear the cost of some teaching resources as currently witnessed in the grade four curriculum.This grade is currently winding up in their exams that will constitute 20% in their last grade six exams.

During these exams,the teachers have had to be creative in obtaining the teaching resources.It is very difficult for the teachers to constantly buy the learning resources.At the same time,the government cannot provide everything for the schools.Having noted this obstacle in the process of curriculum implementation,KICD has now directed the teachers to be sufficiently creative in obtaining these resources by using the locally available resources.Indeed during the grade four KNEC Agriculture exams,teachers have guided the learners to use the available resources in making scarecrows.

Mr Moses Kowii from Okota Primary school in Homabay County standing next to some of the scarecrows made by grade four learners in the ongoing KNEC exams.

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Homabay KICD Moses Kowii Okota


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