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Education PS has announced that reforms will be implemented.

Education PS has announced that reforms will be implemented.

According to Dr. Belio Kipsang, the Principal Secretary for Basic Education, Kenya is preparing to undertake new educational reforms under the direction of the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms.

He claims that the revisions are in keeping with the 2010 Kenyan Constitution, which stipulates that everyone must have access to inclusive, egalitarian, and high-quality educational opportunities.
Additionally, every child in Kenya has the right to a free and required basic education under Article 53(1)(b) of the Kenyan Constitution.

“We are confident that once the Working Party’s final report is officially released, our country will have a firm basis upon which to keep the CBC implementation in the right trajectory,” said the PS.

The PS spoke at the most recent Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD)-hosted 4th African Curriculum Association Conference in Nairobi.

He expressed his satisfaction with how the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC), a new curriculum that has received a lot of criticism since its beginning, is currently being received.

I’ve been told that the shift to a competency-based curriculum was the main topic of debate during the conference’s three days.

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He went on to say that when they were examined, the CBC-related experiences of various countries “pointed to robust efforts towards Africanization of various aspects of the curriculum.”

Belio commended the conference organizers for providing the participants with the opportunity to share their experiences, triumphs, and difficulties in the African continent’s education sector(s).

As we work to advance the education agenda, this has helped by supplying tactics and answers that can be applied in a cooperative manner to address the problems facing the continent. He spoke.

SDG 4 states that rather than emphasizing memorization, African countries should concentrate on developing curriculum that foster learner competencies. African nations must also guarantee that everyone has fair access to chances for education.

Education PS has announced that reforms will be implemented.

In Africa, it is important to recognize the benefits of integrating native languages, native knowledge, and native technologies within the curriculum.

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