This is what teachers expect from a Competency-Based Curriculum.The current Kenya education system is based on the 8-4-4 system.However, the government is in the process of changing this system to a Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC).
There will be Fresh Training of 18,000 Primary school teachers as the Teachers Service has announced. The training is to help equip teachers with skills to handle learners when Schools re-open on January 2021 because of the on going Covid 19 pandemic. The targeted teachers who will undergo training in this program are Lower class teachers both in Public and Private schools. Mr. Reuben Nthaburi the TSC Director for Quality Assurance emphasized on the need for the fresh training of the tutors ahead of Jan 2021
On Wednesday, August 12, Nyeri town Mp Ngunjiri Wambugu advises CS Magoha on having KCPE and KCSE exams in 2020. The MP suggests that class eight and Form four candidates can be allowed to learn and do exams across all classes in the school to enhance social distancing. He explained that in December or October we can have exams, schools having multiple classes,students can practice social distancing in the classes. Children and teachers should be provided with a safe space to do exams and later return home.