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CBC Is Here To Stay – President Kenyatta

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CBC Is Here To Stay – President Kenyatta.President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) would be implemented completely.President Kenyatta stated in a message intended to the Kenya Kwanza team, where some leaders have expressed disagreement to the new curriculum, that he had created the groundwork for CBC and requested his successor to ensure its implementation.On Wednesday, he addressed at the ceremonial start of the 45th Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) annual national conference in Mombasa.With nearly 10,000 headteachers attending this year’s 5-day conference after a two-year hiatus owing to the COVID-19 epidemic, President Kenyatta urged education stakeholders to ensure that the recovery plan is carried out as planned.“This is where we need to take our children, to use the gift that God has given them, whatever it is, that is the future. Angalia mabilionea kama kina Bill Gates na wengine, walidrop out of high school, na leo hii pesa ile wako nayo inashinda pesa ya Kenya tukijumuisha na ya Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi,” he said.KESSHA Chairman Indimuli Kahi, on his part, said: “It is upon us now to look at money gien in the sector… how can we re-organize it so that we get more teachers employed to be able to manage the double intake?”Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha quipped: “This year we have a budget of Ksh.544 billion, that is 25.9 per cent, what is left for us is to ensure that we get more from the budget.”ALSO READ:As secondary schools around the nation prepare for a double entrance in the 2022 education calendar, the Ministry of Education is anticipated to launch the second phase of building of over 6,000 classrooms.The one-week conference is the first such physical gathering since the Covid-19 epidemic in 2019, which decimated the in-person gathering.CBC Is Here To Stay – President Kenyatta

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