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Government to Train Parents On CBC Yearly

Government to Train Parents On CBC Yearly

Parents will take part in an annual training session based on the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) if the government implements the recommendations provided by the Presidential Working Party on Education Reform.

Prof. Raphael Munavu’s group, which made the recommendation, suggested that the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) and the Ministry of Education take on the responsibility of educating parents, guardians, caregivers, and the general public about their important roles in the educational development of their children.

In the extensive report that Munavu and his colleagues gave to President William Ruto on August 1st, they emphasize the need of training as a crucial strategy to ensure stakeholders’ active engagement in the proper implementation of the CBC curriculum.

The task committee emphasizes that the suggestion is meant to address the widely held idea that parents should be more active in their children’s academic endeavors. This belief was motivated by parental concerns.

According to the stakeholders’ perceptions, take-home assignments were overwhelmingly limiting students from participating in other activities at home.

A portion of the study read, “It was also observed that parents perceived that teachers were demanding more items than were required for learning.”

Due to the fact that parents usually have to assist their children with their schoolwork, one of the task force’s suggested reforms focuses on raising parents’ digital literacy. Some parents, though, have voiced frustration about how time-consuming these activities are.

In response, the task group advises parents to purchase digital devices and obtain instruction on how to effectively assist their children with academics rather than simply helping them.

The majority of parents were found to not have access to the Internet or other digital tools like cellphones that could have aided children in their quest for information online. Many parents could not afford the cost of downloading and printing instructional materials, as we indicated in the report.

The committee also wants all instructors to enroll in a year-long training program in order to better align them with the changes in the school curriculum.

According to the research, it was critical for instructors to receive up-to-date training on the curriculum changes.

The report recommended, in part, that the Ministry of Education create guidelines on how all teachers who received their degrees before 2023 must complete a one-year mandatory retooling and upgrading program in order to comply with the curriculum shift.

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