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Deputy President Gachagua Gives New Hope On CBC Program

The government has no intention of abolishing the new curriculum, but will work to clear the grey areas, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has affirmed.

Mr Gachagua while encouraging parents, teachers and students to be ready to present their views to the yet to be established taskforce on the review of Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) expressed confidence that a robust discussion will lead to an improved product.“Our intention is not to abolish the syllabus but retain what is good and improve what is causing concern,”.

He alluded to that the Kenya Kwanza specialists is anxious to widen imaginative monetary framework which has stirred more youthful pioneers on this country.

"As per the necessities of the Constitution, Kenyans should flip up and gift their viewpoints on what they should be applied," he said.

The statement through method of method for the DP changed into invited by means of method of method for the Kenya Association of Post Essential Training Instructors (Kuppet) the board as they underlined the need to contain all partners withinside the proposed taskforce.

As per Kuppet Secretary General Akello Misori, the taskforce should moreover comprise of specialist of amateurs who're fundamental gamers withinside the gadget intended to refresh the 8 four gadget.

The program conveyed President William Ruto's ancestor - Uhuru Kenyatta - has been blamed for being speedily applied and neglecting to consider the points of view of partners.

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