Nandi Hills Member of Parliament Benard Kitur has boldly told the Education Cabinet Secretary Machogu to do the following to CBC. This is after a number of parents have launched complains over confusion, current cost of living and lack of teachers deployed to Junior schools.
The vocal UDA lawmaker according to the video seen by the written online has told CS Machogu to revert the system back to the normal 8-4-4. He has decried the confusion as some schools are not able to sustain the junior school hence children being transferred to other schools.
“The reality is we are in a financial quagmire as a country. The economy is not doing well. First of all there is a confusion, there are some schools that have been told that your children cannot be in this school, they have to go to another school. We have not had time to have a discussion about it,” he noted.
At the same time he has noted that the cost of living is very high for parents and therefore the Competency Based Curriculum should be stopped and the affordable, reasonable 8-4-4 program continue.
“The cost implication is astronomical. My take is stop this thing called the CBC, let’s just continue with the program as it was, a reasonable program that is going to be reasonable on the pockets of many Kenyans who are going through difficult financial challenges,” he added.
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