Kenyans Now Have The Opportunity to Provide Feedback on CBC

Kenyans will have the chance to voice their opinions on how the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) should be enhanced starting tomorrow.

The taskforce headed by President William Ruto will travel to each of the 47 counties to hear from residents and other interested parties.

According to Prof. Munavu, this is a terrific opportunity for parents to be heard because they play a crucial role that must be understood.

“Parents are essential to CBC, but we must recognize their function. You have the chance to join in and let us know what you propose, and it must not be very expensive for parents, emphasized Prof. Munavu.

Kenyans will have the chance to voice their opinions on how the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) should be enhanced starting tomorrow.

The taskforce headed by President William Ruto will travel to each of the 47 counties to hear from residents and other interested parties.

According to Prof. Munavu, this is a terrific opportunity for parents to be heard because they play a crucial role that must be understood.

“Parents are essential to CBC, but we must recognize their function. You have the chance to join in and let us know what you propose, and it must not be very expensive for parents, emphasized Prof. Munavu.

The heads of primary and secondary schools, trade unions, parents’ representatives, faith-based organizations, and other key stakeholders are among those who should be invited, according to a letter sent to all regional education directors. Other stakeholders include governors, county commissioners, and other administration officers.

In order to gather input from the general public and inform the terms of reference, the taskforce conducted a county stakeholders’ engagement in each of the 47 counties, according to Prof. Munavu.

The taskforce has divided its 49 members into 10 working teams in order to meet the six-month timeframe that has been established.

On the first day of the activity, the public is asked to provide feedback in the counties of Kwale, Taita Taveta, Marsabit, Nyandarua, Turkana, Kericho Busia, and Migori.

The taskforce is also required to assess and recommend an adequate finance mechanism, including capitation and minimum essential package grants for all levels of basic education, according to the gazette notification dated September 29, 2022.

The taskforce is also required to study and make recommendations regarding a framework for the National Open University of Kenya’s operationalization as well as a framework for open distance and online learning (ODEL).

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