Hon. Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president of Kenya, spoke with a group of journalists from a number of media outlets today at his official residence in the county of Nairobi.
In this interview, Gachagua was questioned about the government's position on Competency-Based Curriculum, or CBC. Gachagua began by stating that this curriculum has several issues in response to this query. Gachagua, however, claimed that the administration had made the decision to keep this curriculum in place. Gachagua stated that the CBC will instead undergo certain reforms as a result.
Additionally, he said that the CBC is carrying out some of the suggestions made by the presidential working party on education. A journalist then questioned Gachagua about why they had told the Kenyan people that they would eliminate CBC. With regard to this, Gachagua stated that while running for office, education experts had encouraged them to do just that, but after assuming office, they had observed some positive aspects of CBS and only a few issues needed to be resolved.
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