- Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed says piloting of competency-based curriculum will continue in Grade One, Two and Three in 2019 - She says the move is aimed at facilitating teacher training and addressing gaps in the study programme - Pupils transitioning from Grade Three to Grade Four will revert to 8-4-4 system - The CS admitted the curriculum was speedily adopted leaving out teachers - Amina states the full adoption of curriculum has been postponed to 2020 The Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed has added a new twist to the new education curriculum stalemate saying the pilot programme will continue for one more year.
The national roll out of the Competence-based curriculum (CBC) has been pushed to 2020, CS Amina Mohamed has announced.
Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed's declaration that the ministry was not ready to roll-out the 2-6-3-3-3 curriculum next year led to panic and protests from some parents and publishers who had made heavy investments in the programme.
- The government had admitted it is not ready to roll out new curriculum in 2018 - Education CS Amina Mohamed warned it would be suicidal to rush its implementation due to shortage of infrastructure - The system was meant to replace the current 8-4-4, with an emphasis on fostering talents and skills among learners - DP Ruto has assured stakeholders all is not lost yet as government continues with resource mobilisation Deputy President William Samoei Ruto has affirmed the government commitment to education reforms reforms particularly new curriculum rollout.
, NAIROBI, Kenya Dec 15 – Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed says implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum will kick off in January 2020.
Economy Amina defies AG over D+ cut for teacher training Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed has defied the Attorney General over the lowering of grades for teacher training, maintaining that she acted within her mandate.
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Sources say the meeting will also discuss the challenges that have seen Cabinet Minister Amina Mohammed suspend the full rollout of the new curriculum.
This came a day after Education CS Amina Mohamed suspended the implementation of the new curriculum, which was set to begin in January.
Send 'NEWS' to 40227 to receive all the important breaking news as it happens Education CS Amina Mohamed stated the implementation could not proceed in January 2019 as earlier planned citing massive unpreparedness.