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Government Buys School Buses To Improve CBC In Secondary

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Government Buys School Buses To Improve CBC In Secondary

Government Buys School Buses To Improve CBC In Secondary.
The national government has purchased 14 buses worth Sh93 million in order to improve the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) in secondary schools in Rangwe Constituency.
The project, funded by the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF), aims to improve academic standards in the area’s secondary schools.
Rangwe legislator Lilian Gogo, who distributed the buses, stated that each of the 14 schools will receive one.
Odienya, Ang’iro, Achego, Chiepe, Rachar Girls, Koyoo, Got Marera, and Aoch Muga are among the secondary schools that will benefit.
The buses were delivered by the legislator to the chief’s camps near each school. This was in response to a government directive prohibiting non-exam-related functions in schools.
The buses were received by the respective school administrations.
The buses, according to Dr. Gogo, will be used to facilitate the implementation of the CBC in secondary schools next year.
According to the MP, CBC requires practical learning, so the buses will assist students in taking academic trips to various locations.
“It is important to be proactive in strategies for implementing development projects. It is said that seeing is believing hence we are creating conducive atmosphere for students to learn based on practical activities,” Gogo said.
The buses will also be used for extracurricular activities like sporting events and music festivals.

Government Buys School Buses To Improve CBC In Secondary

Rangwe legislator Lilian Gogo
She argued that the buses should also be used to transport students back home on special occasions.
“We want school managers to use the buses in transporting students during closing and opening days to prevent our girls from overreliance on bodaboda operators for transport,” Gogo said.
She contended that excessive reliance on bodaboda by schoolgirls violates the rights of minors.
The MP stated that the buses were fully funded by the NG-CDF and urged the principals to take good care of the vehicles.
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Parents praised the project, saying it saved them from having to pay fees for school buses.
“The school where my son learns has been planning to buy a bus that was to be funded by parents but I am happy that we are not going to pay the money because we already have one,” Jane Akinyi, parent.

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