Issues Ruto Wants CBC Task-Force To Address Within 6 Months

You Will Not Do Homework Till 2 AM Anymore, Ruto Tells Parents

President William Ruto has confirmed to Kenyans that concerns arising from implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) will be addressed by his administration.

According to Ruto, the taskforce he constituted last week would, among other issues, undertake summative evaluation of  the new curriculum and recommend an appropriate structure to implement it.

“You have heard that two days ago, I constituted a taskforce to review implementation of CBC so that it can help our children and remove the burden put on parents,” Said Ruto in Homabay.

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“Nimeskia mnafanya homework mpaka saa nane ya usiku, tutapunguza mambo ya homework ya wazazi (I have heard that you are doing homework until late in the night, we will reduce this),” added Ruto.

However, the National Parents Association (NPA) has protested being excluded from the taskforce, claiming that it is incomplete minus parents, who are the main stakeholders.

The new NPA officials led by national chairman Silas David Obuhatsa said that one of the terms for the taskforce is to look into parents empowerment and engagement.

He, however, said it is wrong not to incorporate them in the taskforce to give their input because the recommendations may have a negative effect on parents and children.

“We are appealing to the President to consider appointing to the taskforce at least two of our top officials of the association because we are the ones who interact with the parents at the grassroots,” Obuhatsa said.

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