The Communication Authority of Kenya (CA) has announced plans to incorporate a Child Online Protection course into the current Competence Based Curriculum (CBC). Speaking during the launch of Child Online Protection (COP) module on Thursday 30th of September, the CA Acting Director_general Mercy Wanjua revealed that the authority was working with education stakeholders in making online space safe for learners.
Plans are underway to incorporate the Child Online Protection course into the current Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) as announced by the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) on Thursday, September 30. During its launch, CA acting Director-General, Mercy Wanjua stated that they were working closely with education stakeholders to make online space safe for all learners.
The Competence-Based Curriculum will witness the introduction of a new course with the Communications Authority of Kenya announcing plans to incorporate a child online protection course. According to Acting Director-General Mercy Wanjua, who was addressing the press during the launching of the Child Online Protection Module on Thursday, she confirmed that the authority was working with stakeholders to make the online space safer for learners.