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CBC Taskforce: This is How to Submit Your Views on CBC Reforms

The entire public can now participate on CBC reforms by submitting their views on basic education, tertiary, and university education.

The working party led by Chairman Raphael Munavu,  are expecting the public views physically or via email.

The Presidential working party on education reforms has set November 18 as the deadline for submission.

“The submissions should be addressed to the chairperson and hand-delivered to the working party offices,” reads the notice.

According to the October 18 notice, the views should be sent to [email protected].

The views can as be summitted physically by visiting Absa Towers, Loita Street on the 10th floor in Nairobi.

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“The views should be submitted by way of memoranda, letters, or research papers and should address the following areas,” the notice reads.

The 49-member team gazetted by President William Ruto will address three major issues on the Competency-Based Curriculum.

The task force will submit recommendations in the basic education sector, on CBC and the higher education sub-sector.

On CBC, the team is expected to elaborate on the conduct of key tenets in the curriculum.

“Implementation of aspects guiding the competency-based approach including but not limited to value-based education, community service learning, parental empowerment and engagement,” the gazette notice reads.

The team will also evaluate the assessment of learners, the quality assurance and the standards of CBC.

Ruto also directed the team to look into teacher training and deployment.

“The technology for curriculum delivery, improved learning outcomes and education management, public school categorization policies and implications on access, transition, and cost,” the notice reads.

The higher education subsector will also undergo reforms, according to recommendations given by the task force.

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