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Teachers' take on CBC: KNUT wants junior secondary in primary

18th October, 2022

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has assured Kenyans that the Kenya Kwanza government is not planning to scrap the competency-based curriculum (CBC).

Speaking at the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (CEMASTEA) in Karen, Nairobi on Wednesday during the induction of 49 members of the CBC taskforce, Gachagua said the review will help improve the education system, and address the already identified challenges.

“Let me confirm that the CBC is not being repealed. The taskforce will get views from stakeholders and Kenyans on how to improve the CBC and address the challenges that our children face with the curriculum,” said Gachagua.