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Government plans to construct 8,000 laboratories for JSS.

Government plans to construct 8,000 laboratories for JSS.

The government plans to construct 8,000 laboratories for junior high and high schools.

In an effort to assure the success of the new Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) implementation, the Ministry of Education (MoE) plans to construct 8,000 new laboratories for Junior Secondary Schools (JSSs) across the nation.

According to estimates, the government will set aside Kes. 10 billion, covering around 40% of the necessary infrastructure.

Ezekiel Machogu, the Cabinet Secretary for Education, made this revelation while touring certain junior high schools in Kisii Central.

Reiterating that the government is dedicated to providing adequate funds for every child, the Cabinet Secretary for Education reassured

that there won’t be a turnback to the previous 8-4-4 educational system.

Machogu stated that each laboratory would cost approximately Kes. 1.2 million, and he pleaded with MPs to prioritize and support the development of more laboratories through the Constituency Development Fund (CDF).

He added that the ministry had enough classrooms and that the government and World Bank had discussed funding. He did point out that improvements were required in order to reach the Junior Secondary School (JSS) level goal.

According to CS Machogu, the government would release funding intended for the JSS, allocating Kes. 15,040 to each learner.

Primary school students will receive Kes. 1,420 per learner, while secondary school students will continue to receive Kes. 22,244 per learner.

Machogu disclosed that 15,460 kids have yet to report to junior secondary school, despite having attained a 96% transition rate.

He said that the CBC is the ideal educational system for teaching children competency skills, and he highlighted the government’s commitment to refraining from switching back to the 8-4-4 system.

84% of Kenyans, according to the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms (PWPER), wanted the CBC to be adopted.

In addition, Machogu stated that given the amount of readiness and training teachers underwent over the course of more than seven years in preparation for the CBC, the majority of education stakeholders requested that Junior Secondary Schools be housed in primary schools.

According to CS Machogu, students from public schools performed higher in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams last year, proving that public schools have superior facilities than certain private schools.

The CS also disclosed that a 91% transition to secondary school has been accomplished by the government.

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