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Principals Want Parents Involved In Development Of School Infrastructure

Principals Want Parents Involved In Development Of School Infrastructure.
According to Mr Indimuli, the school heads will meet to discuss challenges in CBC and how to resolve issues related to the implementation of the new curriculum.
“We want to discuss what is expected of us as the heads of learning institutions and know if we are ready for Grade Seven next year,” said Kahi.
He stated that because students will be entering junior secondary next year, headteachers want to brainstorm the best solutions for implementing CBC.
Willie Kuria, national secretary of Kessha, expressed concern about dwindling parental involvement in school infrastructure development.
“Restrictive caveats placed on levies by the government is bad for schools’ development agenda,” said Mr Kuria.
He expressed concern about the level of preparedness for CBC implementation in secondary schools, which has been exacerbated by claims of insufficient infrastructure.
Mr. Indimuli stated that school administrators want parents to be involved in the development of school infrastructure, but that this will only happen after consultations with parents.
“We have representatives of parents association officials in the conference so that they can fully participate in this discussion to enable us move forward without leaving others,” said Mr Indimuli.
The event brought together participants from publishers, academic institutions, regulators, financial institutions, and other organizations.
The chairman stated that the secondary school principals want the government to develop a clear policy for dealing with pandemics without closing schools, as was the case when Covid-19 struck.
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“Covid-19 exposed us as people not prepared for bad things and that is why we now want the government to address the issue of technology in the education sector so that when such things happen we have ways of addressing them without closing the schools.”
The Kessha chair spoke at a conference in Mombasa attended by 9,000 school principals.
Principals Want Parents Involved In Development Of School Infrastructure

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