Bomet East MP, Richard Yegon, has reignited his campaign for a review of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC).
Addressing the issue in his constituency, Yegon argued that CBC remains financially burdensome and overly intricate for both students and parents, advocating for its reevaluation.
“The responsibility of teaching has unfairly shifted from teachers to parents, which is unacceptable,” he stated.
The MP further emphasized the pivotal role of the education system in a country’s development, urging caution in implementing changes.
“A nation’s progress is contingent on a robust education system,” he noted.
In addition, Yegon highlighted the imperative of upgrading school infrastructure.
He also pledged to prioritize the tiling of all classrooms in his constituency.
The CBC, designed to replace the 8-4-4 system, comprises three educational stages: Early Years Education, Middle School Education, and Senior School Education.
By Evans Langat
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