Bad news to the ministry of education as another setback over Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) emerges following this court order. The ministry of education is absolutely working hard to ensure that the new education system termed as Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) is implemented, however one of the parents went to court to challenge the Competency Based Curriculum.
The Teachers Service Commission has sent good news to primary school teachers. The information states that as juniour secondary school is about to be implemented, more primary school teachers will be deployed to teach in secondary schools. TSC boss Dr. Nancy Macharia says that as Competency Based Curriculum is also about to be implemented, more secondary school teachers will be needed hence the need to deploy primary school teachers to secondary schools.
The primary teachers are now happy as the Teachers Service Commission delivers this nice message. The Teachers Service Commission is currently working hard to ensure that the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) will not affect any teacher in this country as Grade 6 candidates are going to join Junior Secondary Schools by 2023.
An appeal has been documented in court testing carry out of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) to supplant the 8-4-4 instruction framework. Through Advocate Nelson Havi, the candidate; legal counselor Esther Awour Adero contends that the activity by the Education Ministry to carry out the new educational program is unlawful and biased to the eventual fate of the offspring of Kenya and should be ended.
The ministry of schooling has now observed itself in hassle as Competency Based Curriculum receives some other setback.The ministry of schooling has been inserting all feasible techniques to make sure that the Competency Based Curriculum has labored properly as scheduled formerly by using the schooling stakeholders. With this regard, the ministry of schooling performed one hundred percent transition from the Primary Schools to the Secondary Schools, consequently currently most of the faculties have acquired a huge quantity of structure one college students as in contrast to the preceding years.
Bad News As Wilson Sossion reveals the secret behind his resignation from the Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT). This has come when all teachers across this country have been complaining over the the directives of the Teachers Service Commission that all teachers must take refresher courses at Shs 6000.
The primary schools suffer a big blow following this crucial message over Competency Based Curriculum. The new Competency Based Curriculum education system has been raising several questions among the Kenyans, the new education system is now replacing 8-4-4 education system, the ministry of education has been claiming that Competency Based Curriculum is equips learners with the skills which will enable them to cope with the current situation of life.
Competency based Curriculum (CBC) was introduced in Kenya in 2019 and its aim is to train children to be creative and find solutions to problems on their own. The coming of CBC in to the education sector has attracted many reactions between teachers and Teachers Service Commission (TSC) on how teachers will be trained to be conversant with the new curriculum.
Teachers are receive good news as former KNUT Secretary-General Wilson Sossion points fingers to the ministry of education over this issue. Parents have been in dilemma over the cost of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) whereby they are required to buy new books both the new text books and extra exercise books.
Teachers and parents have now received sad news from parliament over Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) as this message emerges. The Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) has been troubling both teachers and parents, actually all the parents across this country have complaining over the huge costs they are undergoing with the Competency Based Curriculum, whereby parents are required to purchase several books for their children.
The government of Kenya is in the process of acquiring a new system of education. It changed the old education system which was 8:4:4 and now it needs to shift to the Competency Based Curriculum. The grade five learners are the founders of the Competency Based Curriculum. According to the parents, the Competency Based Curriculum is expensive and exploitative since it requires much funds to purchase stationery and reading materials.
The Ministry Of Education is currently in the process of setting a foundation for the new system of education. The ministry wants to shift from the old system of learning that is 8:4:4 system to 6:3:3 (CBC). The new system of education is said termed as Competency Based Curriculum where learning is learner-Centred.
Content creators the Wajesus that is Kabi and Milly Wajesus are blessed with baby Taji who is the apple of their eye. Taji is yet to join school, but according to the new curriculum in Kenya known as Competency bases curriculum (CBC) alot has been said about how much the curriculum is demanding especially to parents.
The long lived 8:4:4 is being faced out after the government has rolled out the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC). The ministry of education prefers this system arguing that it focuses on development of skills among learners this making them independent by enabling them creat their on jobs.
"Iam Ready To Face You In Court " Magoha Tell Parents Concerning CBC Education System, Netizen React
Photo courtesy Since the introduction of Competency based Curriculum education in Kenya by the government many questions have been rising day by day especially from parents whereby some section of them are facing the challenges interms of being told by the government to assist their children in adopting that education system for example assisting them by doing homework among other things.
A parent has petitioned the High Court to stop the Competency Based Curriculum for basic education from being implemented further. According to Esther Ang'awa, a High Court advocate, the CBC curriculum has placed a financial burden on children, teachers, parents, and caregivers by requiring them to purchase course books, learning materials, and curriculum designs "without regard to the real dynamics of the Kenyan population and societal needs."
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha said he will defend the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) in court. Professor Mahoga defended the new education program, saying it had a positive impact on the lives of students. "Take me to court, you will meet me there, but I can assure you that I will protect it," said Professor Magoha, who announced that next year the government would launch a Grade 6 CBC.
A form one student has now surprised the school principal after taking this action to pay his school fees. This has come when many parents across this country are now passing through difficult times which was brought by Covid 19 Pandemic, most of the businesses were totally affected.
A parent has petitioned the High Court to stop the Competency Based Curriculum from being implemented in basic education. According to Esther Ang'awa, a High Court advocate, the CBC has placed a financial burden on students, instructors, parents, and caretakers. She offers examples of course books, learning materials, and curriculum designs that were procured "without consideration to the true dynamics of the Kenyan population and the society's demands."
The rush by the Ministry of Education to change the education system in Kenya has been criticized by many terming it as something which is not possible in our country. Many say that will bring extra costs to the parents who are already pressed hard by the current economic conditions in the country.